Xbox One gets a permanent price cut as the Xbox One 1TB bundle gets announced

XboxOne_1TBConsole_620 Xbox One gets a permanent price cut now priced at $350. Together with this announcement, Microsoft revealed the Xbox One 1TB bundle priced at $399 that will come with the new Xbox One controller.

The long awaited 1TB storage is here and the new redesigned controller will include a 3.5mm stereo jack, which let's you plug your headset directly into your controller. With the new controller, players will have the option to adjust headset volume, mic monitoring, and voice and game audio balance through the Settings menu on the console. The new controller also has "fine-tuned bumpers" for better performance. Also, the updated controller allows for wireless firmware updates, so you won't require to connect the controller via USB cable to receive updates.


The new Xbox One controller will be on sale for $64.99 in black, with the Special Edition Covert Forces controller going on sale for the same price.


For those planning to get the new Xbox One controller for Windows, the adapter will be released this fall for $24.99, with the adapter bundled with the new controller priced at $79.95. Eurogamer also confirms that the new controller adapter will only support PCs running on Windows 10.

For a limited time, the new Xbox One 1TB console will come with a copy of Halo: Master Chief Collection.

The new controller and console is scheduled to hit the US on June 15 and on "selected markets" later this month.

[Source: Polygon]