Xbox One Quantum Break special edition bundle available for $300

Marian Cularea By: Marian Cularea
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As one of the most anticipated games of the year, Quantum Break is creating a lot of buzz around its release. Now that it’s officially out, retailers have started selling bundles with it to further profit from its popularity. If you’re looking to gift a Xbox One or buy one for yourself and experience Quantum Break, the Xbox One Special Edition Quantum Break Bundle is the perfect option.

The Xbox One 500GB White Console – Special Edition Quantum Break Bundle is currently listed on Amazon and on the Microsoft Store for a price of $299.00, down from the regular price of $350. Here’s what the bundle includes:

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  • 500GB hard drive Cirrus White Xbox One Console
  • Full-game digital downloads of Quantum Break and Alan Wake
  • White newly updated Xbox One wireless controller with a 3.5mm headset jack so you can plug in any compatible headset
  • 14-day trial of Xbox Live Gold, AC Power Cable, and an HDMI Cable
  • Experience time-amplified action and a suspenseful storyline in Quantum Break. The Signal and The Writer game add-ons for Alan Wake also included (download code is located on a card within the console box).

As an exclusive offer, supplies will be limited, so get a move on!

Let us know if you plan on pre-ordering this beauty and what your expectations are for this game in the comment section below!

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