A stream of rumors surfaced over Xbox One release date, but Microsoft does not seem affected by the overwhelming speculations of customers. It seems that Microsoft is plotting it tough to beat its toughest rival, Sony.
Initially revealed at E3 2013 on June 10, Xbox One looked way more powerful than Xbox 360, but matching PS4’s dynamo still remains questionable. However, not all its specs were revealed at the press conference and developers are still into modification, improvement and insertion of more powerful specs into the Xbox One.
Amazon UK has stated November 27 to be Xbox One’s finalized launched date, but it seems more of a placeholder than a finalized schedule, as Microsoft clearly stated that it has not yet revealed Xbox One’s final launch date to any of its retail partners.
Respite no confirmation, it is evident that the all-in-one gaming console will reach users in November. This late autumn or early winter time seems appropriate as people will have ample time to enjoy games during the holiday season of Christmas.
Meanwhile, Sony is also away from announcing an official release date for PlayStation 4, although it has confirmed that it will be available during 2013 holiday season and also its price tag, which is set at $399. More than 300 million units of the former three generations of PlayStation were shipped by Sony and the Japanese tech is confident over its fourth-gen gaming console as well.
While the contenders are busy in curving their paths to superiority and fans are expecting much from their adored manufacturers, retailer Amazon is enjoying great benefits with high rates of pre-orders. Not only Amazon, but a popular digital retailer GameStop also reports the same.
Likely, the two much anticipated gaming consoles will be launched somewhere around November-December, following a close launch date to each other.