The new ASUS ROG & Xbox One S bundles are too cool to miss out on

jayar.decenella@gmail.com' By: Jay Decenella
2 minute read

ASUS Republic of Gamers and Xbox Singapore have forged their first collaboration, resulting in bundles that pair an Xbox One S with a powerful Windows 10 P. The “Game on Everywhere” bundles contains three tiers, namely the Ultimate Pack, Pro Pack, and Godlike Pack.

The bundles, whose prices start at $1,548, are exclusively available via Hachi.tech, Challenger’s e-commerce arm. There are currently 18 bundles that include popular models like the ROG G20 gaming desktop, the X550V high-performance laptop, the ROG STRIX GL502 gaming laptop, and the ROG GT51 gaming desktop.

ASUS will be pairing them with a 1TB Xbox One S and a copy of Halo Wars 2. You can immediately try out both systems using the Xbox Play Anywhere program.

Some popular titles include Forza Horizon 3, Killer Instinct, and Resident Evil 7 biohazard. The Game on Everywhere campaign ends on June 30.

Asus Gaming Everywhere

Here are the steps to follow to get your hands on this offer:

  1. Select the ROG bundle of your choice
  2. Add the item to your cart and go to checkout
  3. Your ROG PC and Xbox One S bundle will be delivered at your address.

The Asus Gaming Everywhere offer comes in two variants:

  1. ASUS ROG Notebooks and Xbox One S bundles
  2. ASUS ROG Desktops and Xbox One S bundles

For more information, go to Hachi’s official website, check out the available offer and hit the buy button.

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