Microsoft's U.K. boss dismissed a report last week that Natal will be ready to go in November 2010, saying claims of pricing and available shipments were based on inaccurate rumors.
Neil Thompson, the U.K.chief, told GamesIndustry.biz that "We're still very much in the baking on Natal and there's a lot of things to get decided on it." That goes for word that the unit would be either £50 (about $80) or even as low as £30 ($50), with as many as 14 titles available at launch and 5 million units shipped. In the face of such specifics, which were said to come from Microsoft visits with developers, Thompson basically offered a general, "nuh-uh."
"No. They weren't accurate, they were rumours," Thompson said of MCV's report. "I've got nothing more to say about it. We're still very much in the baking on Natal and there's a lot of things to get decided on it."
GamesIndustry.biz says it will later have further in-depth interviews with both Thompson and Microsoft Europe boss Chris Lewis, but it doesn't sound like either are going much further on this subject.