Microsoft Xbox One S Goes on Pre-Order

Microsoft Xbox One S Goes on Pre-Order

The smallest Xbox of Microsoft is all geared to come at India. The firm has declared that the Xbox One S is now obtainable in India on pre-order on e-commerce websites such as Flipkart and Amazon together with selected offline merchants. Xbox One S will formally roll out next month in India. While the 500 GB version of the Xbox One S will be obtainable with a price tag of Rs 29,990, the 1 TB version will be obtainable with a price tag of Rs 34,990.

Microsoft Xbox One S Goes on Pre-Order

The Xbox One S will be rolling out in India with the Xbox One S Forza Horizon 3 Bundle, which will comprise the Forza Horizon 3 game, Xbox One S, a trial membership of 14 Days of Xbox Live Gold, and Xbox Wireless Controller.

Additionally, users who pre-order from the above mentioned outlets, offline as well as online, will also receive Gears of War 4 of Microsoft Studios as well as Battlefield 1 of EA.

The XBox One S was rolled out by the company in 2016 in June at the time of E3 2016 meeting. The Xbox One S is claimed to be thinner and 40% smaller than the present Xbox One. It also comes with an incorporated IR Blaster that permits consumers to authorize their other remotely connecting devices including TVs. It can also back 4K Ultra HD for content streamed from Amazon Video and Netflix as well as Blu-ray movies. There is support for HDR gaming and video as well.

Speaking on this roll out, country general manager for devices & consumer sales at Microsoft India, Priyadarshi Mohapatra, claimed, “Just in time for festival of Diwali, we are eager to be transporting the Xbox One S to the country, to give a fresh quality to passionate community of gamers of console games in India. The Xbox One S is an unbelievable device, bundling in all that you require for a total entertainment and gaming experience. With HDR support for gaming and video, Ultra HD 4K video content support, and an unbelievable range of games, comprising Gears of War 4, Forza Horizon 3, and Battlefield 1, we know that aficionados will have an overwhelming time playing on the latest console.”