At the E3 conference yesterday, Microsoft revealed more details on the Xbox One. Interested consumers will be able to get their hands on Microsoft’s next-generation console in November at a price tag of $499 in US, £429 in the UK and €499 in Europe.
To give you a quick rundown, the Xbox One is powered by a custom-built 8-core CPU and 8GB RAM. Additionally, the console has a 500GB HDD, a Blu-ray drive, USB 3.0, Wi-Fi 802.11n, a new Kinect sensor with a 1080p wide-angle camera and an improved Xbox controller.
Gamers can reserve the console now and reserving the Xbox One will ensure some exclusivity like a premium black packaging with limited edition Xbox Day One wireless controller and Day One achievement. Additionally, consumers buying the launch titles on day one will also get bonus content.