Microsoft has officially unveiled a new 1TB Xbox One model which doubles the storage of its original predecessor.
In addition to a new matte finish (which should hopefully cut down on visible dust and fingerprints, the new Xbox One will also support external USB 3.0 hard drives, and will land with an upgraded controller to boot.
The new controller now has a standard 3.5mm headphone jack, which means that gamers can plug regular headphones directly into it, without the need for an annoying adaptor, which is currently sold separately.
It's an incredibly useful feature that the PlayStation 4 controller has had since the very beginning, though better late than never we suppose.
The controller's bumpers have also been "fine tuned" for more consistent performance along their entire length, and it now supports wireless firmware upgrades instead of relying on a cable connection.
The new 1TB Xbox One will set gamers back £350 when it arrives on 16 June, while the existing 500GB model's price has been cut to £300.
The improved controller will also be available to buy separately, and we're waiting to hear back from Microsoft for a price tag.
Unfortunately, Microsoft has confirmed that the 1TB console won't be available in Singapore. But it will continue to monitor and evaluate fan feedback for the demand. Meanwhile, the 500GB version will get the price reduction, with the non-Kinect sensor now priced at S$569 instead of the original S$639 price tag.