After the release of Office 2013 was purportedly leaked by retailers, Microsoft has hinted in a Tweet from their official twitter account that Office 2013 is set to launch on January 29th as expected.

Office 2013 was first announced in 2012, and has been available in the consumer preview form since mid-November last year, and was made available to Surface RT tablet users in order to test the software further.

The new software will feature full versions of Word, Excel, Powerpoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher and Access, available to install on up to five PCs, Macs or mobile devices with the choice of two subscription packages, the first for $99 will be a year on year subscription giving you unlimited upgrades and the second will be set at $139.99 for a one-time purchase.

Both subscriptions will also include and additional 20GB of SkyDrive storage and 60 free Skype World minutes a month.

Via: Twitter (Office)

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