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Monday, 10 June 2013 21:22

Microsoft announces new Xbox 360

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Gives it the Xbox One look

During the E3 Expo, Microsoft not only announced the price and the launch date for the new Xbox One but has also announced a redesigned new Xbox 360.

 

Although it is not a big update, Microsoft gave the new Xbox 360 a different look, making it a bit more like the Xbox One. It also noted that it should be smaller, sleeker and quieter. The new Xbox 360 should be shipping as of today in the US, the UK, Ireland, Canada and Australia while the rest of the world should follow in the next few months.

Microsoft was keen to point out that, despite the November launch of the Xbox One, it is still not done with the Xbox 360 and that "hundreds of new games" are coming for the Xbox 360. According to info, it should retain the old price set at US $200 for the 4GB version and up to US $300 for the 250GB HDD version.

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