Back in June Microsoft had announced the slimmer and faster Xbox One S. By now you are able to buy the new console from various retailers, however, at this time the console is only available with 2TB of storage. That’s a lot and not everyone might need so much storage, therefore there will be available a 512GB version as well as a 1TB version later this year. Though if you consider you as a gamer who needs 2TB of storage you might want to buy Microsoft’s console rather sooner than later since this is a limited edition.
Gamespot contacted Microsoft, asking about the availability of different variants of the Xbox One S. An official spokesman from Microsoft then responded with the following statement:
“The 2 TB Xbox One S was released as a special launch edition in limited quantities only. We’re thrilled at the amount of interest we’ve received and we are always looking for opportunities to offer choice and fantastic value to our fans. Please check with your local retailer to determine whether the 2 TB Xbox One S is still available in your market.”
According to Gemespot, Eurogamer already reported that they have sold out the Xbox One S with 2TB. So if you are interested in the 2TB variant should hurry to get one. If you think you’ll be okay with a smaller version, there will be available additional bundles on August 23rd.
- Xbox One S 1TB + Madden NFL 17 = $350
- Xbox One S 500GB = $300
- Xbox One S 1TB + Halo 5: Guardians & Halo: The Master Chief Collection = $350
So what do you prefer will you go with the 2TB version or rather wait for the cheaper variants with less storage? Feel free to drop us a comment with your thoughts on this and stay tuned for more Microsoft related news in the future.
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