Microsoft has officially dropped the price on all Xbox One consoles, reducing each by $50. The price cut covers all consoles and bundles including the Quantum Break 500GB bundle (now at $299) and the Xbox One Elite bundle (now $449).
The Xbox website does list the deal as applying “for a limited time,” although not kind of time frame is given. The price drop comes just a couple weeks before E3, and after Kotaku recently reported that Microsoft has two new versions of the Xbox One in development. A more powerful Xbox that sources say is codenamed “Scorpio” will release sometime in 2017, with Oculus Rift compatibility. Additionally, a smaller more compact version of the console with a 2TB hard drive is rumored to release later this year. With E3 right around the corner, we’ll see how this recent price drop plays out.
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