Xbox One is more affordable than ever.
Microsoft has cut the price of the entry-level 500Gb Xbox One to $249 in the US. It’s available in several different bundles at this price point, with some retailers offering further discounts.
Although RRPs are treated differently in the UK, similar cuts brought the UK price of Xbox One down to as little as £209.
These repeated price cuts probably won’t do much to shift Sony’s dominance this console generation (the PS4 is still $349 and selling like hotcakes), but we all know why the Xbox One is going cheap: Microsoft is running through stock ahead of the August launch of the Xbox One S.
That doesn’t necessarily mean you shouldn’t grab the Xbox One while it’s so affordable; to help you make up your mind, here’s everything we know about the Xbox One S.