Wednesday, Microsoft announced that Xbox One will be released just in time for the holidays; the highly anticipated Xbox One will be released in 13 countries on November 22, 2013. The news has created a buzz Wednesday morning.
The Xbox One will be released in the UK, US, Ireland, Canada, Germany, Spain, France, Italy, Austria, Brazil, Mexico, Australia and New Zealand, according to Forbes.
The PS4 will be released on November 15, also just in time for holiday sales, but the Xbox One will cost a $100 more than the PS4. This leaves users to decide while game console might work best for them. The Xbox One will no longer require a Kinect connection.
Microsoft said that it will sell the Xbox One at GameStop and Amazon, but also some units will be available for pre-order sales. Forbes attempted to pre-order the Xbox One and the PS4 but they were unable to confirm those orders.
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