Grab the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds 1T bundle for Xbox One S now

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Xbox One S has more than 1,300 games that include the latest blockbusters, 400 Xbox classics, and 200 console exclusives. Now, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds bundle has been officially announced.

This came right after there was a listing for an Xbox One S PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds bundle that appeared on Amazon for just a short period and after that, it got deleted.

Here’s what the bundle includes

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds bundle will consist of the following:

  • Xbox One S 1TB console
  • Xbox Wireless Controller
  • The full-game download of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds
  • One month of Xbox Live Gold membership
  • One month of Xbox Game Pass trial with access to more than 100 games
  • Great features including 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, 4K video streaming, High Dynamic Range, premium audio

If you get the bundle, you will gain access to a games library of more than 1.300 games. You’ll be able to join the battle in the game solo, and you will also get the chance to team up with your buddies in squads and duos. Xbox Live Gold offers you the opportunity to experience the most advanced multiplayer network.

Join the battle in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is a last-one-standing shooter that was developed with the help of the community’s feedback. This means that the game is unfinished and it’s always a work in progress.

When entering Battlegrounds, you will engage in a heart-racing battle to remain the only player alive. Gear up to take on all of your competition and emerge as the lone survivor in one of the most thrilling games out there filled with an experience of unexpected and exciting events.

Pricing and availability

You can pre-order the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds bundle right now from the Microsoft Store, Amazon and more for $299.99. Hurry up, because we have a feeling that it will sell like hot cakes.

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