After months of speculation as to when the Xbox One will become available to gamers, Microsoft has just announced the release date of the much-anticipated console. Finally.

While Sony announced back in mid-August the exact day PlayStation fans could expect to get their hands on a PS4 (November 15 in North America and November 29 in Europe), Microsoft took their sweet time satiating the curiosity of Xbox fans hungry to touch that newly designed controller.

Well, the wait is finally over, folks! Microsoft’s next-gen console will be released on November 22 in North America, the UK, Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, and Spain. That means the Xbox One will be out a week earlier than the PS4 for gamers in Europe, but a week later for those in North America. It’s like a Xbox One sandwich made with PS4 bread!

Still no word on a release date for the Xbox One in Japan…or for the PS4 for that matter. The land of Sony will have to wait at least until September 9 for any hope of a release date for either console.