We do know that there will be an Xbox One tour that will happen across the US as well as Canada so that fans will be able to get a teaser of what to expect when the next generation console finally arrives on store shelves in droves. Well, what you see above is something worth checking out, a milestone of sorts when it comes to Xbox One watchers everywhere. We are talking about a photo of the very first retail Xbox One unit that rolled off the assembly line, thanks to Microsoft’s Larry Hryb.
Hryb posted up the above photo on Twitter, where he described it as “the very first Xbox One off the assembly line”. I guess this is as close as everyone else can get to what could very well be the final retail packaging for the console, which is set to launch later this November. This means you have what – just a couple more months to start saving up so that your living room will be able to deliver next generation gaming by the time the holiday season arrives? I guess right now most gamers would be preoccupied with all things GTA 5, considering the number of leaks and early releases that have hit the news over the weekend.
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