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Microsoft may have bowed to market pressures and cut Kinect from Xbox One, but it hasn’t given up its Kinect charm offensive.
Microsoft decision to slash the price of Xbox One by dropping Kinect could propel the console to the front of the American next-gen race.
Microsoft says it does not intend to compensate those who paid full price for an Xbox One in November following yesterday’s price cut.
Microsoft today announced that it will sell the Xbox One without Kinect.
Available on June 9th, the £350 Kinect-less Xbox One is Microsoft’s biggest U-turn yet and represents a complete reversal of its controversial E3 strategy outline.
Microsoft has upped its game in the next-gen race by announcing a new Xbox One SKU that doesn’t include a Kinect camera.
Microsoft has insisted that the dropping of Kinect is not the most requested Xbox One amendment.
A new Kinect-specific game has been confirmed for Xbox One.
The latest entry in the Kincect Sports series is coming to Xbox One in April.
Harmonix is rumoured to have put an end to the development of an unannounced Xbox One Kinect effort.
According to reports Apple is in the final stages of buying PrimeSense for $345m.
A third party wall mount for Xbox One Kinect includes a ‘privacy cover’ which obscures the peripheral’s RGB and IR cameras.
Two of Xbox One’s launch titles have just received brand new trailers.
Microsoft has, as it does every year, announced three new Xbox 360 bundles for the upcoming holiday season, including a console-Kinect bundle with FIFA 14 thrown in for free.
Sony has decided against including the next-gen PlayStation Camera in the initial PS4 bundle offering, CEO Andrew House has confirmed.
Microsoft has revealed a new piece of fitness software that will be free for Xbox Live Gold members.
PS4 users will be able to control some elements of the console using gestures and voice.
Kinect being at the heart of Xbox One will lead to its eventual acceptance among even its most ardent critics, Microsoft believes.
Kinect control of the Xbox One will be limited to just eight of the console’s 13 launch countries in November.
The complexities behind localising Kinect for numerous languages are causing Xbox one launch delays across eight European territories, Microsoft has claimed.
Ubisoft’s Kinect-controlled Fighter Within has been confirmed for Xbox One.
Microsoft’s strategic shift regarding Xbox One and Kinect will only stretch so far.
Microsoft has ruled out the possibility of releasing the Xbox One console without the Kinect sensor bundled in.
Another significant Xbox One U-turn has been confirmed by Microsoft – the console will now work even if Kinect is not plugged in.