Microsoft’s Yusuf Medhi said that the Xbox One is already set to break even with each individual sale, and profits could be seen with other Xbox services.
"(Our) strategy will continue, which is that we're looking to be break even or low margin at worst on (Xbox One)," Medhi said, "and then make money selling additional games, the Xbox Live service and other capabilities on top.”
Medhi also pointed toward cost reducing, much like they did with the Xbox 360.
"And as we can cost-reduce our box as we've done with 360, we'll do that to continue to price reduce and get even more competitive with our offering,” Medhi said.
Medhi also announced that Xbox 360 will be receiving support until 2016, three years after the Xbox One’s launch, and will receive 100 titles in that time.