With the launch of several gaming consoles, both Microsoft and other companies like PS4 are on the verge to rapidly forcing customers to buy their respective products. The upgraded hardware consoles are designed to work under the current market situations like PC, mobile and handheld gaming scenarios.
According to unconfirmed sources, Microsoft is working out with their distribution partners to offer a trade in program for the upcoming Xbox One Scorpio.
According to Dave McCarthy, Xbox Services Manager, Microsoft would like to make the transition as smooth as possible and hence working with their retail partners to conduct do trade-in programs. The Seattle-based company hopes that the partnerships will surely improve the reach of the Xbox One consoles.
As part of the trade-in program, customers will be able toe exchange the old consoles with new one. This will enable customers not only to get rid of their old consoles safely but also grab an opportunity to buy new Xbox One Scorpio at discounted rates.
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