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Microsoft has revealed that a standalone release of the Xbox One's Kinect sensor will be hitting stores in October, with a US suggested price of $149.99.

Microsoft launched the Xbox One last November for $599 with a Kinect in the box. In June, the company unbundled the Kinect from the console and began selling the system itself for $499. At the time, Microsoft said it would release a stand-alone Kinect sensor this fall. Last month, the company announced that Xbox One sales in the U.S. doubled once the console became available without Kinect.

The package will include a copy of Dance Central Spotlight, which launches September 2nd. The game comes with 10 songs; customers can purchase additional downloadable tracks and import music from previous Dance Central titles. The second-generation camera was also made available for Windows last month, at a price point of $199.00.



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