Microsoft puts an end to cheap Xbox One rumors

Microsoft's Aaron Greenberg has denied rumors of a disc-less Xbox One and the alleged price cut for the current version of the latest console from the company.

An alleged future roadmap of the Xbox One in the year 2014 was posted by an user over at NeoGAF forums which included a cheaper Xbox One lacking an optical drive as well as a white variant in addition to unconfirmed information about upcoming games

However, Aarong Greenberg, the Chief of Staff for Devices and Studios Group at Microsoft has put the cheap Xbox One rumor to rest for the time being by tweeting that, ".. you cannot believe everything you read on the internet.." when an Xbox fan asked him whether "$399 xbox one rumor true?"

Some of the rumors from NeoGAF regarding the Xbox One availability and games can still be true, but the cheaper Xbox One claim has been turned down by Greenberg and potential buyers waiting for the new model should not hold their breath for one.

Source: Twitter via The Escapist

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