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Tuesday, 26 June 2007 21:22

11 million XboX consoles sold

Written by Fuad Abazovic


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Microsot VP confirms today


At the briefing today Microsoft’s VP for Central and Eastern Europe Vahe Torossian has confirmed that Microsoft sold more than 11 million XboX consoles to date.

 

We heard that number before but this is the first time someone confirmed it. The chap also confirmed that there will be more than 300 games ready for this holiday season.

 

In his presentation he also had a picture of black XboX 360 which probably means that Euroland is going to get this special upgraded console soon.

 

The big Redmond giant is very committed to Xbox 360 as this cost this chap a one third of his presentation.

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