Microsoft will sell a cheaper version of its console that does not include the sensor
The above is a selection of the apps that will now be accessible without an Xbox Live Gold subscription
Microsoft has announced a turn-around on its policy towards the somewhat controversial Kinect sensor, usually bundled with its next-gen Xbox One console. In what is likely a response to pressure from both consumers and the strong sales of Sony’s competing PlayStation 4 system, the company has today announced that it will sell its latest console without the Kinect sensor, lowering the price of entry to the system.
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