Microsoft: Xbox One Comes Out in November, Will Cost $499 in the U.S.
When Microsoft first unveiled its next-gen console, the Xbox One, it did not offer a price or release date. But at the close of its E3 Media Briefing today, the company announced the One would go on sale in November, costing $499 in the U.S., 429 pounds in the U.K. and 499 euros in the rest of Europe.
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