Xbox One Gets A Release Date
It’s officially official, Microsoft has revealed a release date for the upcoming Xbox One. And while we’re really excited, it’s a little unfortunate that the release does not include South Africa.
The new console from Microsoft will initially launch in 13 territories, and this includes North America and the United Kingdom as the main regions. Other territories receiving the device on the date include Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand and Spain.
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Sony, on the other hand, is planning a world-wide launch in late November. The PlayStation 4, Xbox One’s rival, will launch in South Africa in early December.
Microsoft has announced that the console will launch on 22 November, 2013, for the aforementioned regions. The console will receive a bit of an update from when it was first announced, as the CPU has been boosted from 1.6 GHz to 1.75 GHz.