In a translated notice, the site reads, "Due to several conversations we expect that a delivery in this country is not going to happen any time before Easter. An even longer waiting time is not entirely unlikely." Quoting the delay as a result of "adjustments to the XBL market place."
It seems as though Nordic regions will have to wait for quite sometime for an Xbox One.
Original Story (12/11/13):
According to a recent report by GameReactor, the Nordics won't see the new Xbox console until the third quarter of 2014.
GameReactor states that their "trusted sources" have revealed the delay of up to 10 months in Sweden, Finland, Norway and Denmark with knowledge of an exact release date unknown. There also isn't much word as to when the release of the Xbox One will arrive for Russia, Belgium, Holland, or Switzerland as those have yet to see the light of day. The Xbox One launched through most of the world simultaneously on November 22nd including neighboring European countries.
Xbox One is seeing results of their hard work in other countries as Microsoft has recently revealed sales numbers reaching 2.1 million units worldwide. Sorry Nordic region. There's always PS4 until next summer.