Xbox One Is Coming On 8th November?

Posted: Aug 28 2013, 4:58am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 28 2013, 7:04am CDT, in Gaming


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Xbox One to Launch on 8th November

Microsoft is looking to the launch date of the Xbox One. It is rumored that its launch date set for November 8th will do some one-upmanship for it as regards the Playstation 4.

While everything is still mere hearsay, Microsoft may decide to launch the device even before the Playstation 4. Thus a week before the PS4 enters the market the Xbox One would be on the shelves. On November 15th Sony’s creation will hit the store ledges.

Microsoft had already announced the presence of many games on the Xbox One, but it had yet to give a launch date. Meanwhile, GameStop seems to have won the game. The fact that the new Playstation and Xbox One are about to arrive on the scene has given a fillip to GameStop to do its stuff. Gamestop has gained a great number of fans and gamers.

GameStop, in synch with Xbox One and PS4, launched its PowerUp Loyalty Rewards Program. Gamestop is trying its level best to stay on top despite the introduction of the Xbox One. The Xbox sure is a sophisticated piece of equipment. Black in color it is like a floating rectangular device that allows gamers to get active and manipulate the characters on screen as much as they want.

Meanwhile, the PS4 too has its qualities which are like a spark in the dark. Gamers will be getting their adrenaline high via these devices par excellence. And the stimulation is there to steer them in healthier directions rather into negative channels which are harmful.

Source: CNet

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