Microsoft to launch Xbox One on November 22nd, available in 13 markets

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Mark your calendars, Microsoft is set to launch the Xbox One on November 22nd in 13 markets. These markets include Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Spain, United Kingdom, United States and New Zealand. Microsoft originally promised a release in 21 markets, but had to make cuts due to localization issues.

Microsoft has touted an "aggressive goal" to deliver the Xbox One to as many markets as possible. The console runs for $499 and comes with the Kinect, Headset, and a controller.

Microsoft has made changes to the Xbox One policy, as well as specs, as of late. Recently, we learned that the Xbox One GPU received a clock increase to 853 MHZ and the CPU was bumped to 1.75 GHZ. Microsoft is also touting the Xbox One as the "most premium console" compared to the competition. 

Will you be purchasing the Xbox One on November 22nd? Sound off in the comments below!

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