Microsoft: The future of Xbox One and Windows 10 is coming in October, but not for Microsoft News

Microsoft’s future is here, and it looks like the Xbox One is going to be a big part of that future.

Microsoft today unveiled the first photos of a Windows 10 Home PC build of the operating system for the Xbox, which should be available in October for $499.

That’s a very big price cut compared to the previous version of the Xbox for $549.

The Windows 10 Pro edition will go for $799.

Microsoft’s new Windows 10 PCs will be sold in either black or silver, and Microsoft has said that they will ship with a Windows Defender pre-installed.

The company also announced that it will add Cortana to the Windows 10 Mobile app, and that Windows 10 will get Cortana support for both phones and tablets.

Microsoft also released a video of a new Xbox game, titled Project Scorpio, and said it will be launching in November.

The game is a multiplayer shooter, and players will be able to play as players from around the world, including the U.S., Brazil, Germany, Russia, South Africa, Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia, Mexico, and Japan.

Microsoft also showed off Project Scorpios “combat experience” which will allow players to customize their ship for maximum performance, as well as their ship’s weapons, armor, and shields.

The developers are also showing off a new game, “Havens,” which will be a single-player game that can be played cooperatively or as a multiplayer game.

Microsoft has also confirmed that Project Scorpions game will not be available on PC at launch.

“Halo Wars 2” is scheduled for release on October 13 for PC and Xbox One.