Poll: How much would you pay for an Xbox One or PlayStation 4?

Zach Epstein
BGR News

Xbox One PlayStation 4 Price
Xbox One PlayStation 4 Price

Microsoft and Sony plan to share more details surrounding their next-generation video game consoles on Monday from the annual E3 gaming conference, but we already know plenty. Sony was the first to unveil its new PlayStation 4 and while we haven’t yet seen the physical box — which is the absolutely least important part of the gaming experience, of course — we’ve seen what the PS4 can do thanks to several game demos. Microsoft followed Sony last month and debuted the Xbox One, which looks to tackle next-generation gaming as well as all of your home entertainment needs. Both consoles look terrific but with pricing still a mystery, a big question remains: How much would you pay for the Xbox One or PlayStation 4?

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A report from earlier this week suggested that Sony plans to undercut Microsoft and sell its PlayStation 4 console for $349. According to the same report, Microsoft’s Xbox One will cost $399, though a subsidized option may be available for less money up front to those who commit to one or two years of Xbox Live service.

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Nothing is confirmed at this point, but those prices certainly seem plausible. But are they fair? Let us know how much you would pay for your next-generation console in the poll below.

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