Microsoft has finally revealed the Xbox One release date: November 22, which is one week after the PS4. The date was chosen for its significance said Yusuf Mehdi, the Vice President of Marketing, Strategy, and Business.
“We built Xbox One to bring you the best games,” Mehdi explained. “And November 22 is a special day in Xbox history — on this day, we first launched Xbox 360 in 2005.”
Fortunately, you won’t have to wait to play those next-gen games.
Retailers like Amazon, GameStop and the Buy an Xbox 360 game, Trade it in later for an Xbox One game” target=”_blank”>Microsoft Store are offering upgrades on eligible games. Trade in your old Xbox 360 game and get a $50 store credit for the Xbox One version of the game.
In addition, you can get a free download of FIFA 14 when you pre-order the Xbox One Console – Day One Edition.