Microsoft has finally announced date and pricing details for its next-generation video games console, the Xbox One, near the end of its pre-E3 press conference.The Xbox One will launch in 21 countries in November this year, at the price of US$499 in America, 499 Euros and 429 pounds in European territories.
Specifics on which countries are part of the 21 launch territories are still unknown at the moment.
At its pre-E3 press conference Microsoft also announced a slew of titles for the next-generation platform, including a new Halo first-person shooter title that will run in 60 frames-per-second (all previous Halo games ran at 30FPS), a new Killer Instinct, and an action/flight game called Crimson Dragon.
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