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Xbox One officially launched in India

Karan Bajwa, Managing Director, Microsoft India hands over the very first pre-order Xbox One console to a fan at the Mumbai launch party. Looking on are Ram Narayan Iyer, Group Director Retail, Sales and Marketing,

Xbox One today authoritatively propelled in India pleasing a great many nearby fans. The main reassure was conveyed to its delighted owner in Mumbai. At the launch party at the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in Mumbai, fan fervor arrived at a fever pitch.

In the midst of a sparkling showcase of Xbox Games and Apps, a dynamite execution by move troupe Prince, music by DJ Nucleya and a strong dose of humor provided by premiere comedy collective AIB, the Xbox One was divulged for Indian gatherings of people.

Because of the force of the cloud technology in more than 300,000 servers, Xbox Live on Xbox One brings about a noticeable improvement. The multiplayer experience has developed to incorporate peculiarities, for example, Smart Match, which discovers the ideal match for you and is backed by a new community-powered reputation system.

The iconic Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai is lit up to reflect the launch celebration for Xbox One in India

Talking about the Xbox One, Anshu Mor, Director, Interactive Entertainment Business at Microsoft India said, “The hotly anticipated, new-generation games and entertainment system from Microsoft brings the biggest blockbuster games. It’s time to experience and celebrate the power of the all-in-one gaming and entertainment device.”

Xbox One presents to you the best, selective amusements lineup including Forza Horizon 2, Forza Motorsport 5, Dead Rising 3 and Ryse: Son of Rome. Furthermore, prominent outsider blockbusters will be accessible on Xbox One with with early exclusivity for downloadable substance in “Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare,” “FIFA 14,” “Front line 4” and the sky is the limit from there.

Expect more dispatches that are tremendous too, with the arrival of cutting edge encounters, for example, “Halo-The Master Chief Collection” and “Sunset Overdrive” in 2014. Xbox One is now available in India on Amazon. It is priced at INR 39,990 for the stand-alone unit while the Xbox One with Kinect is priced at INR 45,990.