Microsoft Won't Reveal Xbox Series X Price at July 23 Event, According to Source

Microsoft Won't Reveal Xbox Series X Price at July 23 Event, According to Source - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 07 July 2020 / 1,262 Views

Microsoft confirmed yesterday the Xbox Series X July showcase that will featured first-party and third-party games will take place on July 23 at 9am PT / 12pm ET / 5pm BST. You will be able to watch it on YouTubeTwitchFacebook, and Twitter.

The Verge senior Editor Tom Warren in a response to a tweet by senior video game analyst at Niko Partners Daniel Ahmad stated Microsoft won't be announcing the price of the Xbox Series X during the event.

For the July 23 Xbox Series X event there will be a Summer Game Fest pre-show starting an hour earlier at 8am PT / 11am ET / 4pm BST with Geoff Keighley.

The Xbox Series X will launch in Holiday 2020.

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hunter_alien (on 07 July 2020)

At this rate we are going to find out the price of the systems after we actually buy them... Come on Sony/MS pull the fucking trigger already.

TallSilhouette (on 07 July 2020)

They really are playing chicken until the very last second, aren't they? I wonder who will blink first.

Mr Puggsly (on 07 July 2020)

599 US dollars. Perhaps why the Series S is seemingly a thing.

Sogreblute (on 07 July 2020)

Could be a while. We didn't know the price of the Switch until 2 months before it launched.

rapsuperstar31 (on 07 July 2020)

If the wait is to see how much parts are going to cost in a covid-19 world fine, but if its just a blinking match for one to announce it so the other can undercut it just announce it already. The N64 was announced at $250 but ended up coming out at $200. I can't image it would be a huge deal if Sony announces a $500 price, Microsoft follows up and announces $450 and Sony decides to lower it.

V-r0cK (on 08 July 2020)

I feel like Microsoft should reveal their price first since they revealed their console and specs first.

Immersiveunreality (on 07 July 2020)

I expect a minimum of 100 dollar increase over current gen starter prices.

DonFerrari (on 07 July 2020)

I wasn't expecting it anyway, think it will be on August to September.

method114 (on 07 July 2020)

And the game of chicken continues. Who will be the first to jump.

Cerebralbore101 (on 07 July 2020)

The verge isn't a credible source. Remember their "build a PC" video? Yeah, they are amateurs.

shikamaru317 (on 07 July 2020)

Totally different person at The Verge, that PC video was made by some intern as I recall. Tom Warren is well known for having excellent sources at Microsoft. Before The Verge hired him he started his own wesbite called WinRumors, dedicated to Microsoft rumors and leaks.

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Cerebralbore101 (on 07 July 2020)

Ah, I see. Good. This means Microsoft must be struggling with pricing just as much as Sony. So much for Series X being cheaper than PS5.

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shikamaru317 (on 07 July 2020)

Rumor is MS plans to announce Series S

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shikamaru317 (on 07 July 2020)

Rumor is MS plans to announce Series S (Lockhart) and pricing for S and X in a smaller August event. They are likely waiting to announce in August specifically because they know Sony is doing a State of Play in August and will likely announce PS5 pricing at that State of Play. It seems like they are both playing chicken with each other, both afraid to announce pricing first because they are afraid the other will undercut their price for an E3 2013 like "PS4 is $400" mic drop moment.

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Immersiveunreality (on 07 July 2020)

But that ''Build a PC" vid has served me almost every single year! ;)

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mutantsushi (on 07 July 2020)

Only one kidney...