Turns out you won't have to wait until E3 next week to see the newest Xbox One. After an Amazon posting revealed the existence of an Xbox One with more storage and a new controller, today Microsoft has made it official. The latest version of the Xbox One features 1TB of storage and a wireless controller with a 3.5mm headphone jack, and the new console will start shipping in the US on June 16th for $399. For a limited time it will also be bundled with Halo: The Master Chief Collection.
Meanwhile, starting today the 500GB model of the Xbox One will have its price cut to $349 permanently. And for those who don't need the added storage, the controller will be available separately in both black and black-and-silver camouflage versions. Finally, Microsoft also announced that the Xbox Wireless Adapter will be shipping later this fall, so that you can use an Xbox One controller with Windows 10 PCs, laptops, and tablets. You can grab it for $24.99 or bundled with the new wireless controller for $79.95.
Verge Video Streaming an Xbox One to a Windows 10 PC