Following the reveal of the Xbox One S at Microsoft's E3 2016 press conference, pre-orders for the console are starting to go live across the globe. The initial reveal of the console focused on the console's pricing in the United States, but pricing is now available for those on the other side of the pond.
The Xbox One S will be available in three different tiers, starting at £249 for the standard model in the United Kingdom. The console's retail price differs based on the size of the console's internal hard drive capacity.
Pre-orders for the 2TB model are now live via Microsoft UK Store, with more retailers expected to be taking orders soon.
- Xbox One S 500GB model - £249
- Xbox One S 1TB model - £299
- Xbox One S 2TB Limited Edition launch model - £349
For those who missed the console's announcement, the Xbox One S is a slimmed down version of the Xbox One console with a wide array of new features. Unlike any previous Xbox consoles, the Xbox One S supports 4K video, HDR gaming and the option of a 2TB hard drive. With this new redesign, the 40% smaller console also supports vertical positioning, thanks to a reworked disc-drive. Each console is also packaged alongside one of the new 'streamlined' Xbox One controllers.
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