Get Grand Theft Auto V for free with Xbox One bundles
Microsoft has a special offer for all gamers planning to purchase an Xbox One in the United States or Canada. With it, new owners can get two popular games free of charge with every Xbox One bundle until March 19th.
Get a free copy of GTA V & one extra game with every Xbox One bundle
You might ask: what’s so special about these bundles? Well, each comes packaged with a copy of Grand Theft Auto V and the option of one other game: Watch Dogs, The Crew, or Assassin’s Creed Unity. Each of these bundles listed below qualifies for the promotion:
- Xbox One + Kinect Bundle
- Xbox One + Halo: The Master Chief Collection Bundle
- Xbox One Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Bundle
- Xbox One Gears of War: Ultimate Edition Bundle
- Xbox One Elite Bundle
- Xbox One 1TB Holiday Bundle
- Xbox One 500GB ‘Name Your Game’ Bundle
Most of these bundles already come with one popular game, such as Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Gears of War: Ultimate Edition or Rainbow Six Collection (which itself includes Rainbow Six Siege, Rainbow Six Vegas and Rainbow Six Vegas 2).
Of particular interest is the Name Your Game Bundle, allowing bundle-buyers the choice between games like Forza Motorsport 6, Tomb Raider, Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, or Rare Replay. No matter which bundle you choose, though, both GTA V and that one extra game are free.
This sounds like a great deal because you’ll get some of the most popular Xbox One games free of change with every bundle. This offer is good until March 19 2016, so if you want to get your free copy of Grand Theft Auto V along with one extra game, you’ll have to hurry!
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