From the day it was announced, Microsoft iterated the Kinect 2.0 was an integral part of the Xbox One experience. With the news that the console will soon be sold without it, entertainment trade in franchise CEX have started to offer the motion sensing camera on it’s own for the paltry price of £20. If this were not intriguing enough, the consoles themselves are being sold in a Kinect less discounted version for just over £300.
If you need to see the truth for yourself, check out this screenshots taken from the official website.
Is this a sensible move on the retailer’s part, or will it a picture they wish they hadn’t taken? Let us know what you think in the comments below.