Microsoft debuts four new Xbox One S bundles

In a month's time, Microsoft will debut its latest console with the Xbox One X. Although it might be the "most powerful" unit currently being offered by the firm, not everyone requires such power, and it appears that Microsoft realizes this. Those that want to still experience high-quality gaming with excellent graphics, but not for a lot of money, will still have the option of purchasing the Xbox One S.

In order to keep things interesting, Microsoft has today introduced a few new bundles, featuring some of its more important franchises. Despite offering different games, each bundle will come priced in at $279, £229, and €279. Minecraft fans will be happy to know that there is now a new offering that gives you the most of the franchise with the Xbox One S Minecraft Complete Adventure bundle. It will include a 500GB console, a full download of Minecraft, Minecraft Explorer’s pack, and Minecraft: Story Mode Season 1.

The Xbox One S Rocket League Blast-Off bundle will offer gamers a 500GB Xbox One S console, along with a full download of Rocket League. Unfortunately, if you live in the United States, this bundle will not be available. Perhaps the most versatile bundle of the bunch will be the Xbox One S Starter bundle that will include a 500GB console, along with a three-month subscription to Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass. Last but certainly not least, is the Xbox One S Ultimate Halo bundle that will again come with a 500GB console, and will offer a full download of Halo: 5 Guardians and Halo: The Master Chief Collection. This model will be exclusive to US retailer Walmart.

If interested, you can now check your local retailer or Microsoft Store, but remember, some of these bundles are region specific.

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Source: Xbox Wire

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