Technology and Gaming Editor
North America has finally received the official release date for the long awaited Xbox One. According to IGN, the day you can get your hands on one of these sleek beauties is November 22nd. Unfortunately, for some countries the Xbox One won’t be available until a while later, in 2014, reports Cinema Blend. This delay will affect some of the big ones, including Russia and China.
This is cutting quite close concerning Microsoft’s competition with the PS4. The Sony console will be coming out November 15th in North America, and November 29th in Europe. That puts the two consoles neck and neck against each other.
The Xbox One will be debuting with 23 games, including the big hitters such as Assassin’s Creed 4, Call of Duty: Ghosts, and my personal favorite, Watch Dogs. In order to give the Xbox One as big a boost as possible, Yusuf Mehdi, Xbox chief marketing officer, has announced that the Xbox One has had a CPU increase, from 1.6GHz to 1.75 GHz. This means gamers will be able to play your video games as buttery-smooth as possible.