Was Microsoft's sacrifice worth the additional sales?
Microsoft's willingness to cut $60 to $100 off the Xbox One's price a mere four months into its life cycle is troubling. The company clearly thinks that Titanfall, which is also available for Windows and the Xbox 360, is its best chance to catch up to the PS4.
Sony, on the other hand, didn't make any sacrifices and is still reaping the rewards of soaring Infamous: Second Son sales. Therefore, Microsoft investors should wait and see if Titanfall can maintain its momentum to see if its margin-sacrificing bundling strategy was worth it.