Ahead of the E3, Microsoft, on June 9, 2015, is officially announcing the availability of a new Xbox One. We heard before of Amazon slipping up and revealing a new Xbox One, but today the software giant is officially announcing the new Xbox One console featuring 1TB of storage with a new matte finish, and new redesigned wireless controller with a 3.5mm headphone jack which will begin shipping on June 16th, in United States for $399.
In addition, for a limited time only, the company will also be bundling the console with Halo: The Master Chief Collection.
Today’s news also confirms that the $349 will be the permanent price for the 500GB model of Xbox One.
The new wireless controller will be available as a standalone item in black and black-silver camouflage colors. The company also announced that the new controller can be updated wirelessly without having to attach it to the console using a USB cable.
Additionally, the Xbox Wireless Adapter will be available later this fall, so users can use the controller on Windows 10 PCs, tablets, and laptops. The adapter will cost $24.99 and there is an option to buy it bundled with the wireless adapter for $79.95.