Of course, Microsoft isn’t just gonna let Sony’s new brainchild steal the show in this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), as the company shares some of the things that are on the pipeline for the XBOX One including its price.
The XBOX One, which is bundled with wireless controller and a revamped Kinect, has a price tag of USD499 – a hundred bucks pricier than the PlayStation 4 (USD399). It’s now up for pre-order and will reach the shelves the same time as its competitor (November).
As a consolation for shelling out an extra dough to get the XBOX One, Microsoft promised that consumers will enjoy exclusive titles including Forza Motorsport 5, Ryse: Son of Rome and Call of Duty: Titanfall.
Here’s a sneak peek at the upcoming version of the COD:
And speaking of XBOX-exclusive game titles, Microsoft also announced that a new version of Halo is currently in development and is said to run on 60 frames-per-second. Details about the FPS game remains scarce, but the team behind the title (343 Industries) claims that the game will debut next year.
So what’s it gonna be? The XBOX One or the PlayStation 4? Hit the comments field and let us know.