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Just in case those who buy a Kinect-less Xbox One decide they do indeed want the Kinect, Microsoft will be selling it separately for $149.99 on October 7th. So far, that date and price is only for North America. A release date has not been set in Europe.
The standalone peripheral will come with a digital copy of Dance Central Spotlight and 10 tracks.
Even though Microsoft has had Xbox One sales climb since they've offered the Kinect-less option, they also claim that they've seen an increase in sales with the Kinect-bundled Xbox One as well.
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