Back at E3, Microsoft revealed the Xbox One will be available sometime in November for $500. Since then retailers have been taking pre-orders, but Redmond has yet to come forward with an actual release date for its new console.
There are 30 days in the month of November and one of them is a major US holiday (Thanksgiving), which is followed by Black Friday, the biggest day for retail in the country. Typically major products aren’t released on these particular days, so it’s pretty safe to assume that the Xbox One won’t drop on either of the two.
Aside from that, it’s a bit of a toss up, which is why we want to know your thoughts. We’ve went ahead and picked two highly rumored dates for you to vote for, but option three is all up to you.
Be sure to vote and share your Xbox One release theories with us in the comments below.