Later this year, a new video game console will join Nintendo’s Wii U and Sony’s upcoming PlayStation 4 in the battle for living room digital supremacy. Microsoft last week revealed the Xbox One, its successor to the nearly 8-year-old Xbox 360.
Microsoft has yet to reveal a release date or a price for its new black box but promises the Xbox One will be available later this year and that more details will be given at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles next month.
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