Microsoft’s Xbox One coming to China in September

Author: Arthur Ricky  //  Category: Xbox

Microsoft’s Xbox One is coming to China in September, making it the first major console release in the country since it lifted its long-standing ban on video games. This comes after the company joined forces with China’s BesTV shortly before the country reversed its 13-year old gaming ban. While that law opened the door for international companies to sell consoles in China, it did retain one restriction: games have to be approved by the Ministry of Culture before they can be sold. Now, we just can’t help but wonder which titles made the cut.

Following the success of the history of the Xbox  product release, Xbox One the second half of this year will be made to develop new markets. At present, Xbox One has more than 5000000 units in 13 countries and sales, sales than the same period of 360 Xbox higher than 50%. The continuation of this trend, Xbox One will be a strong wind cyclone in 42 markets worldwide in September of this year.


2 Responses to “Microsoft’s Xbox One coming to China in September”

  1. ccro Ricky Says:

    Excellent voice-enabled UI
    Strong integration of games and entertainment
    Decent launch line-up
    Exciting exclusives on the way

  2. fastback Says:

    The Xbox One is of course not just about gaming. It’s an entertainment hub and it feels more of the all-in-one machine than the PS4, particularly when you compare the interfaces. It does include a few more apps than the Sony console but most will require subscriptions separate from the Xbox Live Gold membership to get the best use out of them. The most notable absentee is Sky Go. One of my most used apps on the Xbox 360. There’s still no news on when it will be arriving on the console either. I’m sure I am not the only one who sorely misses it and as a result, the Xbox 360 is still nestling underneath the TV.

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