Microsoft is going all out for the win the U.S with Xbox One after announcing a temporary $50 price for the holiday season.
Starting Nov. 2 all Xbox One bundles and consoles will be $50 cheaper, meaning that a Kinect-free console will cost $349 and bundles will range from $349 to $449.
"We want this to be an unforgettable holiday season for Xbox fans around the world," said Phil Spencer, Head of Xbox. "Only on Xbox One can you play some of the most anticipated exclusives, newest blockbuster franchises and innovative independent games of the year. We're pleased to start the season off early with an incredible portfolio that includes millions of hours of fun for gamers and their friends."
The deal will be available nationwide at most major retailers in the U.S.
There is currently no word on Microsoft introducing a temporary price cut in other regions, but if this happens we will of course be the first to let you know.
Although we have some pretty tempting bundles ourselves, so who needs a price cut?