The Xbox One S is going to be the successor of the Xbox One. The Xbox One S is 40% smaller than the original Xbox One and it features high storage capacities, 4K-movie, and HDR. The Xbox One S will have a sleek design, with a built-in power supply. It will also feature a 4K Blu-Ray player. Overall, it is going to be a very improved version of the original Xbox. A few weeks ago, we got the release date of the 2TB Xbox One S confirmed from Microsoft. However, today, 1TB and 500GB Xbox One S release date got confirmed by Microsoft.
1TB and 500GB Xbox One S Release Date Officially Confirmed
The 1TB and 500GB variants of the Xbox One S launch on August 23, 2016, in New Zealand, US, Australia, and Canada.
Xbox One S 500GB:
The Xbox One S 500GB will cost $299 and it will come with free copies Halo: The Master Chief Collection and Halo 5: Guardians. If you’re not the guy who needs tons of storage but want the features and functionality of the Xbox One S, you can get the 500GB Xbox One S for $100 less than the 2TB Xbox One.
Also, the 500GB Xbox One S is just $50 more than the original Xbox One, which costs only $249 after the recent price drops.
Xbox One S 1TB:
The 1TB variant of the Xbox One S will cost $349 ($100 more than original Xbox One) and it will come with a free copy of EA SPORTS Madden NFL 17. This is also a good choice if you want both big storage capacity and good price.
500GB and 1TB Xbox One S Release Date in UK
Microsoft hasn’t announced the 500GB and 1TB Xbox One S release date in the UK just yet. However, they do say that they’re going to discuss “additional market plans” next month. It is expected that the Xbox One S will release in the UK some days after releasing in the US, Australia, New Zealand and Canada.
Gamers in the UK can grab 2TB Xbox One S for £349 on August 2, 2016.
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