Microsoft’s Xbox One has yet to receive an official release date. It had been previously rumored that the console would see a release on the 8th of November, a good week ahead of the Sony PlayStation 4, but the rumor has since been debunked, although a November timeframe was still on track. So when can we expect the Microsoft Xbox One to be released then? We’re still waiting for Microsoft to make that announcement, and it seems that we’re not the only ones impatient with Microsoft. EA’s COO Peter Moore seems to think that it’s about time that Microsoft announce a release date as well.
Speaking to GamesIndustry International, Moore spoke about how the launch of competing consoles has never been so close together before. “It has never happened this way. There’s always been a period of time, a sorbet between consoles, that has cleansed the palate and allowed us to move on. It might be a week, who knows? Microsoft needs to cough up the date.” We’re not sure what’s holding Microsoft back from announcing the console’s release date, and we’re sure that many gamers are anxious to find out when the console will arrive at their doorsteps, but what do you guys think? Isn’t it about time Microsoft give us a release date?
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