Friday, July 29, 2016

Further Price Slash for Xbox One

Xbox One Price Cut
With the launch of Microsoft’s newer, smaller-framed and higher resolution Xbox One S due out in August, Microsoft has decided to finally slash the price for the original Xbox One, this being the third time this year that they've done so.

Polygon has reported that the Xbox One S launching in different "sizes" and price points. It also added that the company is looking to move the older units off of store shelves at a rather svelte price point of US$ 249.

The first price cut since May of this year, the console comes with a 500gb hard drive and a choice of four games; Forza Motorsport 6, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, or Rare Replay. That is considerably cheaper than the base model for the Xbox One S, which also includes a 500gb hard drive, but at a US$ 299 price point. Of course, every Xbox One S model will launch with 4k compatibility, which outside of the smaller size, is one of the bigger selling points.

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