The Xbox One will soon remove Kinect as a requirement, thereby allowing consumers to purchase the next-gen console for $399.
That's the same price as the PlayStation 4, as we know. Some say this "price drop" of sorts will result in an Xbox One sales spike, which means Microsoft's system will soon surpass Sony's in the next-gen race.
Is that how you feel, though? According to the results of our latest poll, the answer is clear: Nope. The majority of participants believe the new price tag simply isn't enough, and the PS4 will maintain its worldwide sales advantage. Analysts are predicting that with both consoles sporting the same price, Xbox will reclaim North America, as it dominated this region during the previous generation. Of course, that remains to be seen.
This week, we have to address the ongoing controversy surrounding The Order: 1886 . Recently released gameplay stirred up some negative feedback, which resulted in Ready at Dawn Chief Technology Officer Andrea Pessino's confident rebuttal . What's your take? Will this game deliver in spades? Or will it disappoint?