We knew it was coming but we didn’t know the price and Microsoft made us wait for it too. The press conference started as most do with a sizzle reel show casing new games (Forza 7) and older games (Gears of War 4) running on the X and everything looked great. At the end of the conference we finally got the price which is $499.99, which was what most of us expected going into the show, but I do remember there was a time we all though this console could be upwards of $800 so $500 isn’t too bad for all it offers.
There were a ton of games shown off, 42 to be exact, many of which are exclusives or timed exclusives for the Xbox One which is something the system has lacked over the last year. Check out the full press conference below and also check back with us through out the day as we post trailers and news from E3.