New Xbox One Accessories Hit The Microsoft Store

Xbox One fans should be savoring and breaking out their charge cards today, as brand new accessories for the Xbox One were released on the Windows Store. The two new chat and charge kits will give Xbox One owners this fall more reasons to love the upcoming console by Microsoft.

Multiple charge kits, chat headsets, and bundles popped up on the Microsoft Store on Monday with gamers clicking happily to spend money on their new toys. The new accessories are aiming to make the Xbox One a powerful upcoming console for the months ahead.


Xbox One Wireless Controller WIth Play and Charge Kit

The most prominent and most expensive initial accessory for Xbox One on the store was the controller and charge kit. At $74.99 is gives the ability for gamers to use the controller and to be able to keep it going with an included play and charge kit. It seems a little pricey at $75, but for dedicated gamers, power is power.

Xbox One Play and Charge Kit

For $24.99, Xbox One came out with a play and charge kit. This doesn’t include the kit, and comes with a charging cable and rechargeable battery pack. This is the required thing to charge the wireless controller.

Xbox One Chat Headset

The last item up for the Xbox One on Monday via the Microsoft Store was the chat headset. This is the premiere chat headset that gamers can use with the upcoming Xbox One to chat with one another either via Skype or Xbox Live Gold. At under $25, it is very affordable and probably serves at the most important part of communication for the Xbox One for many.

The initial list of accessories for the Xbox One shows that Microsoft is going full force towards the Xbox One launch this year. These “initial” accessories are just a tease for many, with delivery dates not expected towards November or December of 2013. But what it does, is give gamers reasons to visit the Microsoft Store, click on the images, put down their early money, and reserve a spot for the Xbox One system. This will show how successful the Xbox One system can be later this year and into the holiday season.

Published: Wednesday, July 31st, 2013 Last Modified: October 23, 2013

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