Just over a month ago Microsoft officially launched a Kinect-free Xbox One model. While this version of the console doesn’t have all of the Kinect-integrated features of the original bundle, it’s $100 cheaper, which is just the push that many gamers on a budget needed to open their wallets.
According to Xbox Marketing Director Harvey Eagle, the cheaper model has been very popular thus far, boosting the console’s momentum. As of April 1, Xbox One had sold just over 5 million units. We’ll likely see a sales update soon, as July 1 marked the start of a new quarter for Microsoft.
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