Xbox One’s slimmer, sleeker version, The Xbox One S will be available for you to buy on August 2. You will be able to buy it from both, Microsoft’s Site and Physical Stores, and users who pre-ordered it will also start having its deliveries. At the time of reveling it, Microsoft announced that the Xbox One S will be released in August, however, nobody would have thought that the release will be this early in the given month.
Pricing, included stuff and more
The newer version of console is almost 40% smaller than the Xbox One, it will support 4K Video Playback and HDR. The gaming console will include a new Xbox wireless controller – which can connect to Windows 10 PCs using Bluetooth and on August 2 only the 2TB Hard Drive model will be available.
At the time of release only a few games will have support for HDR. The list includes Forza Horizon 3, Scalebound and GOW 4.
The complete package will cost you about $400 USD. In case you will be happy with lesser Storage, Microsoft Says, a cheaper 500 GB ($299) and 1TB ($349) versions of the consoles will also be released soon.
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