The new version is lighter, smaller and integrates a 250GB hard drive as well as Wi-Fi connectivity without the need for additional accessories. The new model will be presented at E3 but has already been leaked in a banner ad campaign.
There are not many details about prices or options but if it is made clear that it will come prepared for the new Microsoft sensation that is undoubtedly the Kinetic controller that will be sold separately, there is talk of a cost of about $190, and that it will allow you to play with the 360 in a way unknown until now. A multiplayer motion recognition system where you don’t rely on any controller or receiver of any kind.
Microsoft hopes to sell five million of this new controller before the end of the year and this edition of E3 will already see many of the new games that can take advantage of this innovative controller.