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E3: Xbox One Day One Edition launching in November for $499

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 10 Jun 2013 14:10 User comments (10)

E3: Xbox One Day One Edition launching in November for $499 Microsoft has finally unveiled the price of their "Day One Edition" of the Xbox One console.
Launching in November (no specific date given), the console will cost $500 for U.S. gamers and 429 in the UK.

The console will be available in 21 markets on launch date. It is unclear what the euro price will be.

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10 user comments

110.6.2013 14:24

Looks like Pachter was wrong. Imagine that


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210.6.2013 14:35

Originally posted by bobiroc:
Looks like Pachter was wrong. Imagine that
Not sure he's ever been right, haha.

310.6.2013 14:56

Not going to bother; not at that price.

410.6.2013 15:06

Considering I just picked up a working 360 bundle the other day for $15, no way will I be buying this for a very long time.


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510.6.2013 19:58

Looks like Sony is gonna get the better sales.

610.6.2013 20:14

Wow $500, is it the year 2005. I think people are smart enough or at least I hope so... not to buy the console at that high price. The Xbox360 and PS3 were so expensive when they came out and now they are 1/4 of the price.

710.6.2013 20:28

So the UK have to pay roughly $150 more than the Americans. 430 = $655

I think i will just upgrade my PC's graphics card instead.

810.6.2013 20:38

Originally posted by g_slide:
Wow $500, is it the year 2005. I think people are smart enough or at least I hope so... not to buy the console at that high price. The Xbox360 and PS3 were so expensive when they came out and now they are 1/4 of the price.
The ignorant masses will line up for this thing. Too bad.

910.6.2013 22:31

LOL... $500 for a SpyBox One? No thanks.

1011.6.2013 9:54

Come on guys. Cut MS a break.

Naturally it has to be expensive... it's can't be cheap for MS to get businesses to sign exclusivity deals so they'll only advertise on LIVE and not PSN.

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