Video: Microsoft releases 12-minute hands-on tour of Xbox One

Zach Epstein
BGR News

We’re now just two short weeks away from the debut of Microsoft’s next-generation Xbox One video game console and the anticipation is building. As fans eagerly away launch day, Microsoft decided to whet their palates which an extensive video tour of the new console. The company’s hands-on walkthrough with the Xbox One spans more than 12 minutes and includes a thorough look at the new Xbox One dashboard, which mirrors the tile-based Windows 8 interface users have had mixed feelings about. Microsoft also takes an in-depth look at gaming, multitasking, app-switching, the new Kinect, voice commands, automatic sign-in, Skype integration and plenty more. The Xbox One launches on Friday, November 22nd, and it will cost $499.99 bundled with a controller and the new Kinect system. Microsoft’s hands-on Xbox One video walkthrough is embedded below.

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