Now you can Pre-order Xbox One in India for Rs. 2,000

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After Sony PlayStation 4, finally Microsoft’s Xbox One is making its way to the Indian market. The Indian eretailer Infibeam has recently announced that it is now taking pre-order for the next generation gaming console Xbox One for Rs. 2,000. And that isn’t all, the company also revealed that as an offer it will be providing additional Rs. 1,000 discount on the original price of Xbox One at the time of the launch. Which means that you will receive a coupon of Rs. 3,000 when you pre-order this gaming console.

Well, currently there are no details which can confirm when Microsoft is planning to officially release its Xbox One in India. However the listing on Infibeam says that Xbox One will be launching in the first week of September. Let’s see if we can hear any official release date regarding that. Till then you can stay tuned with us for full updates. We will inform you as soon as we hear more.

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