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The next generation living room gaming console, Microsoft Xbox One, will launch in November and priced at $499.99. The Xbox One is now up for pre-orders at Microsoft Store and Amazon.com websites.
Xbox One Price
A special “Day One” gaming console along with standard edition is up for pre-orders at Microsoft and its partner retailers. In the UK, it will be priced at £429. In Europe, the Xbox One will be priced at 499 euros, and $499 in the US.
The $499 box package includes the new console, a wireless controller, the new Kinect, and a 14-day trial of Xbox Live Gold. A limited-edition commemorative bundle is also available at the same price, complete with unique packaging, a limited edition controller, and a commemorative achievement for Xbox Live along with other standard accessories.
Xbox One – Day One Console includes a limited edition controller, token code to unlock Day One achievement, premium packaging, and decal.
The Xbox One will be made available in 21 countries at the time of its release date. If someone pre-order Ryse: Son of Rome, Forza Motorsport 5, Kinect Sports Rivals, and Dead Rising 3, they will get access to bonus content like multiplayer maps and additional in-game features.
The new Xbox One Play & Charge kits and Xbox One Chat headset will also made available at the time of Xbox One launch in November.
Xbox One Specs
Microsoft Xbox One is powered pack with an 8 core AMD CPU, 8GB system memory, 500GB standard hard-disk drive, one Blu Ray drive, Wi-Fi, HDMI in/out, and USB 3.0 port.