Microsoft’s Spring Bundle packs 1TB Xbox One and four games together for $349
At the moment, Microsoft’s 500 GB Xbox One is $299 via the company’s online store. What about the more expensive 1TB model? It also has seen a price cut and is now being sold for $349, with new buyers enjoying the opportunity to get four games for free.
On offer are Halo 5: Guardians, Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, Rare Replay, and Ori and the Blind Forest. Each one of these titles is critically acclaimed and present some of the best experiences on the Xbox One. The software giant did not state when the deal will end but we’re guessing it will cease to exist when stocks are out.
Own the Xbox One 1TB Spring Bundle, featuring Halo 5: Guardians, Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, Rare Replay, and a full-game download of Ori and the Blind Forest. Play and store more games than ever with the 1TB hard drive. Experience the original Gears of War rebuilt from the ground up in 1080p, including 60FPS competitive multiplayer with 19 maps and six game modes, and five campaign chapters never released on console. Play a jaw-dropping collection of 30 iconic games with Rare Replay. And immerse yourself in the critically acclaimed action-platformer, Ori and the Blind Forest.
This deal is likely the best we have ever seen from Microsoft in a long while and chances are it may take months or even years for the company to do something like this again. If you have not yet picked up an Xbox One, this is a perfect time because walking away with a 1TB Xbox One and four games for $349 is like robbing Microsoft blind.
Do these massive deals have anything to do with the rumored Xbox One Slim or the rumored upgraded Xbox One? It could very well be. Pick up your 1TB Xbox One right here from the Microsoft Store.
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