Microsoft’s Xbox One is getting ready to rule the holiday season with a new price cut that puts the console at $349 USD until the end of the year.
Users who are in the market wanting to jump to the latest generation of consoles are in for some good news: from this weekend onwards, Microsoft’s Xbox One is getting a $50 USD price cut on all their models until the end of the year. That means the Xbox One is now, for all intents and purposes, $349 in its Kinect-less version, and $449 with the Kinect bundle, the one they keep insisting is the “real” way to enjoy the console.
These price cuts don’t only affect the console, but also some of their newly announced bundles such as Assassin’s Creed Unity, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, and Sunset Overdrive, a new franchise for Microsoft based around open-world super-hero antics.
This will mark the first time the Xbox One sells for less than the PS4, which remains at the top of the sales charts at $399 USD.This promotion will last until January 3rd.
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