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Head of Xbox: Phil Spencer “I can definitely say that we have no plans to raise the price of our consoles”

Xbox boss Phil Spencer has confirmed that “at a time when our customers are more financially challenged and uncertain than ever, we don’t think it’s the right move for us at this time to raise the price of our consoles.”

In an interview with CNBC’s Squawk Asia, Spencer said that while the company was “always evaluating our business going forward” and “can[‘t] ever say […] that we’ll never do anything,” there were currently no plans to follow Sony and raise prices for its hardware.


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