On Thursday, the PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One XL were announced, with the PS4 model boasting 8GB of RAM and up to 32GB of internal storage and the Xbox One Pro boasting 8TB of RAM.

Both consoles were also announced at Microsoft’s E3 press conference earlier in the week, but both consoles were unveiled with a “big bang” reveal, with each of the consoles launching with a custom logo and a “special edition” console exclusive to each.

The PlayStation 4 and Xbox Ones were shown off with the “Prestige Edition,” which comes with an upgraded version of the console, a limited edition headset, a controller, and more.

Both the PS 4 and the PS One were shown with “Special Edition” console exclusives, too, such as the PlayStation VR headset and a new version of its camera sensor.

The Xbox One and the PC versions of the Xbox 360 will also be showing off some new content, including a free-to-play multiplayer game called Titanfall.

This multiplayer shooter will feature a new mode called “Titanfall 2,” which is a multiplayer game that lets you take control of a Titan.

This mode is also coming to Xbox One, PS4, and PC, but Microsoft has not announced which platforms will support it yet.

The Xbox One is also bringing a brand new version that will be exclusive to Xbox Live Gold subscribers.

The PS4 will be getting a free trial of the game, while the PC version will be free to play for Xbox Live members.

Microsoft’s presentation also teased a number of new games, including an Xbox One exclusive, “Skylanders Imaginators,” which will be released on August 24.

Microsoft also announced that the Xbox Scorpio console will arrive on September 10, but it’s unclear if the console will be officially released at the same time as the Xbox 720 or the Xbox 8.

Microsoft also confirmed that the “Xbox Live Gold Premium” subscription will be available in a variety of countries, with some countries receiving the service before others.

The service will be offered for free in all of those countries, but there will be no monthly fee for Xbox Gold subscribers at launch.

The presentation also detailed some of Microsoft’s upcoming games, with several games on the Xbox Preview program showing up in the next generation of Xbox games, but those games will be limited to certain countries only.

For example, Microsoft’s first Xbox Games for Windows 10 games are coming to China, India, Indonesia, Korea, and Mexico.

This could mean that Xbox 360 and Xbox 720 owners will not be able to play the Xbox Games Plus titles.

Xbox One S owners in other countries may still be able, however.

Microsoft has also said that Xbox Live Arcade will be coming to PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox 360 on September 11.

Xbox Arcade is Microsoft’s “official” online gaming service, which is available to Xbox 360, Xbox One (with the PS3 and PS4), and Xbox Phone subscribers.

Microsoft has also confirmed the availability of the “Ultimate Arcade Collection,” which includes titles like Halo 5: Guardians, Gears of War 4, Call of Duty: Ghosts, Halo 5, and Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag.

Xbox 360 and PS3 owners who want to try out new Xbox games on their Xbox One consoles can sign up for Xbox Play Anywhere.

These Xbox Play All games will then be available for Xbox One or PS4 owners to play on the console.

The games that Xbox Play Everywhere members will be able access to will also include games from the Xbox Play Games program.

Xbox Live Arcade is currently available in China, Indonesia and Korea.

Xbox Live is also available in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and South America.

Microsoft is also working on a new Xbox 360 title called “Xbox One World,” which was announced in October.

Microsoft is also showing off a new set of Xbox 360 controllers, which the company said will be sold to select customers.

These controllers will come with new buttons that are a “tremendous improvement over the old Xbox 360 controller,” according to Microsoft.

The controllers will also come with “new Xbox Live achievements, achievements from the new Xbox Live Game Pass, achievements for Xbox 360 Games for Xbox Game Pass subscribers, and new multiplayer achievements.”

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