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Xbox One S 2TB Launch Edition is $399, Pre-Order Now Available



With Sony’s E3 press conference kicking off in less than half an hour, it’ll be interesting to see what type of answer Sony have towards Microsoft’s upcoming Xbox One S – releasing later this August 31st – and the much further into the future Xbox One Project Scorpio.


As of writing, most major retailers now have the Xbox One S available for pre-order, with the “flagship” model being the 2TB Launch Edition priced at $399. (Interestingly enough, this is the only model GameStop and Microsoft Store is carrying as of now). The 40% smaller console will come in a 2TB, 1TB, and 500GB model – with pricing at $399, $349, and $299, respectively. Both those cheaper models are available at Best Buy and Amazon.


The Launch Edition mentioned above comes with a 2TB drive, Xbox One Wireless Controller, console stand, HDMI cable, AC power cable (power supply now built-in), and a 14-day Xbox Live Gold trail. We’re spotting no word on what the “Launch Edition” will entail vs. future bundles besides the Vertical Stand: which isn’t included in other models. If you note the other box covers, only the 2TB Launch Edition comes with the vertical stand. Yep…


While the $299 price point for the 500GB Xbox One S is a great list price, it’ll be interesting to see if Microsoft has unintentionally cannibalized sales on the Xbox One S given their simultaneous announcement of 2017’s Xbox One Project Scorpio – which will be more heavily compared to next year’s PlayStation Neo. While we don’t expect any major deals on the Xbox One S as August nears, we’re positive Microsoft will aggressively throw in bonuses with the console come 2016’s holiday season.

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