Xbox One bundles will be made available in summer 2014 without Kinect, according to an anonymous course speaking with Machinima’s Inside Gaming. The source told the site there will be two bundles made available: a standard bundle without Kinect, and a budget version containing an Xbox One with a smaller hard drive to undercut the price of PS4. Inside Gaming notes, rightly, that such a report contradicts Microsoft’s assertion that the console won’t function without Kinect installed. If it will work without the camera, this means the launch bundles are a ploy to get Kinect in the homes of early adopters. Xbox One will release this November at a price point of around $500 – give or take depending on retailer. Source VG247.