At its E3 2018 press conference, Microsoft unveiled a bevy of new games highlighted by its Halo Infinite reveal and its dramatic Cyberpunk 2077 announcement. The company also hinted at a forthcoming new console. Perhaps it's not unrelated then that today Microsoft discounted its current top-of-the-line console, the Xbox One X. It's dropped the price by $50, from $499 to $449, as part of its E3 sale.
Microsoft Xbox One X 1TB Console for $449 at Microsoft Store
Microsoft has dropped the price of its premier console, the Xbox One X, by $50. This console supports 4K content, but also works with all Xbox One games. It comes with a 1TB HDD and an Xbox wireless controller.
Microsoft announced the Xbox One X at last year's E3 conference then released the console to the public in November. A competitor to PlayStation's PS4 Pro model, the Xbox One X supports native 4K content while also being able to play all other Xbox One games. It also comes with a built-in 4K Blu-ray player and HDR, so it's also great for playing movies.
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