Microsoft is downgrading the Xbox One line to Xbox One S and Xbox One XL, and the new consoles are expected to hit stores on November 1st.
The Xbox One lineup will have a total of 4,000 games, with the Xbox Play Anywhere and Xbox Video Pass features.
Microsoft’s new console lineup is expected to debut alongside the new $349 Xbox One xbox-one, which is a $50 upgrade over the original Xbox One, and it will be released alongside the $499 Xbox One s.
Microsoft will not release any new details about the Xbox one xbox one, which was originally expected to launch in September, until it is ready for the general public.
The PlayStation 4 lineup will debut on November 15th.
Sony is planning to release PlayStation 4 Pro next month, a new console that includes an upgraded version of its PlayStation 4 system, which also includes the PlayStation VR headset.
The new consoles will ship with a price tag of $399.99, $399 for the PS4 Pro and $499 for the new PlayStation VR.
The Sony PS4 lineup will also debut on Nov. 15, and will include a cheaper version of the PSVR headset, a price lower than the PS VR.