Xbox One S is getting a $50 price drop starting tomorrow

Project Scorpio will finally get its first public showing at tonight's Microsoft E3 press conference, and market research firm IHS Markit has predicted that Microsoft's new machine will cost £429 in the UK. It also makes a lot of sense given what we already know about Microsoft's new console, as a report surfaced a few months ago regarding Project Scorpio's price that suggested the exact same retail cost of $499 United States dollars. Starting tomorrow, June 11, Xbox One S bundles will see a $50 price drop across the board. This console is supposed to be a mid-generation refresh just like the PS4 Pro, however it carries a rather hefty hardware upgrade compared to the Xbox One.

Of course, games are really what most people watching E3 care about.

Nintendo appears prepared to concentrate on its new, open-world Mario title, "Super Mario Odyssey", which will give players free reign to move about the planet in the shoes of the universally adored handyman. Also, there is a considerable measure of fun bits of gossip flying around. That's a 130-per-cent increase over past year, said Entertainment Software Association chief executive Mike Gallagher. Nielsen as of late revealed that attention to VR gadgets has gone from 28 percent from a year ago to 51 percent this year, yet that appropriation hasn't taken after.

Microsoft will be holding its annual Xbox E3 2017 Briefing at 2 p.m.

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