Rumour has it: Microsoft To Release New 1TB Xbox One Console Soon

    Reports from back in January stated that Microsoft was planning on releasing a new Xbox One model that would be available in 1TB storage capacity. The rumours stated that the new model might be announced at this year's E3 gaming conference.

    Rumour has it: Microsoft To Release New 1TB Xbox One Console

    Now, the 1TB Xbox One system is expected to be launched on June 23, as the console has been listed by Spanish retailer, Lamee Software.

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    The price for this 1TB Xbox One console has been listed as 449.99 Euros or about Rs. 33,700. Of course, the 1TB Xbox One variant will be priced on a higher side than the standard 500GB model, which retails for 399 Euros or about Rs. 30,000.

    Rumour has it: Microsoft To Release New 1TB Xbox One Console

    If the rumour comes true, we can most likely expect to hear confirmation at Microsoft's E3 gaming press conference.

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    This wouldn't be the first time that Microsoft releases a 1TB special Xbox One console. The company earlier released the limited edition Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Xbox One console bundle last year that too in a healthy 1TB storage capacity.

    Rumour has it: Microsoft To Release New 1TB Xbox One Console

    If the 1TB Xbox One GB wasn't a typo it could be an indication that Microsoft might introduce DVR functionality to your console. So far, the Xbox One currently provides live TV watching, but not recording.

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