lifted its 14-year ban on them back in January. Microsoft and BesTV announced a September 23 launch for the Xbox One today, with the system available at a starting price of ¥3,699 RMB, converting to just under $600.
There's no clear-cut list of launch games as yet, but Microsoft said it expects the day one offering to include Forza 5, Kinect Sports Rivals, Powerstar Golf, Zoo Tycoon and Max: The Curse of Brotherhood "among others." Perfect World's Neverwinter Online is also due to be available at launch, and it will stay exclusive to Xbox One for its first six months. The MMO publisher is also developing Celestial Sword and Project X for Microsoft's system.