Xbox One Gets “Temporary” Price Cut – 1TB Console With 5 Games and Extra Controller Now Available for $320

Fahad Arif
Posted Jun 1, 2016
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With rumors about Microsoft planning to announce a mid-generational upgrade to its current Xbox One console just next week at Electronic Entertainment Expo 2016 gaining heat, this is probably not the best time to go around and spend your bucks on an Xbox One. But if you really need to buy one before the biggest annual video game trade fair kicks off, here’s some good news for you. Microsoft has slashed $50 off the normal retail prices of all Xbox One console bundles.

Microsoft Offering up to $50 Off on All Xbox One Console Bundles Ahead of Alleged Mid-Generational Console Upgrade at E3 2016

The Microsoft Store is currently offering up to $50 off on all Xbox One console bundles. This “limited time” price cut comes as we get closer to this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo, where both Microsoft and Sony are rumored to take the veil off the new, upgraded versions of their current eighth generation video game consoles. The price cut covers both 500GB and latest 1TB console versions, with the cheapest console bundle now coming in for $299 only with a free game.

One of the better deals being offered right now is the 1TB Xbox One Spring bundle along with a game of your choice and an extra controller; all this for $319 only. What makes this deal one of the best ones yet is that, assuming you didn’t already know, the Spring Bundle already comes with four games: Gears of War Ultimate Edition, Ori and the Blind Forest, Rare Reply and Halo 5: Guardians. You can pick one of the following Ubisoft titles as the extra free game that Microsoft is offering.

  •   Watch Dogs
  •   Assassin’s Creed: Unity
  •   The Crew
  •   Just Dance 2016
  •   Just Dance: Disney Party 2
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Other console deals that you can currently avail from the Microsoft Store include the 500GB Xbox One Special Edition Quantum Break bundle for $299 only, as well as 1TB Xbox One Elite Bundle. The Xbox One Name Your Game bundle is also $299 only. As mentioned before, the price cut is said to be for “limited time” so far and will stay over until E3 2016 kicks off. You can head to the Microsoft Store right now to place an order.

Additionally, You can head over to Amazon if you think 1TB Xbox One Three-Game Bundle (Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, Rare Replay, Ori and the Blind Forest) along with a free copy of Forza Horizon 2 and an extra controller for $320 is the right deal for you. Note here that Best Buy has also cut $50 off all Xbox One console bundles this week.

What do you make of this drop in the normal retail prices of Xbox One console bundles amid the rumors regarding a new, more powerful Xbox One console being allegedly prepared for an E3 2016 reveal? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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