Today, Microsoft announced yet another Xbox One S bundle, this time including PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, or PUBG. The game has been incredibly popular, as it's among the most played PC games and now boasts over four million players on Xbox One.
The game is actually a pretty simple one. One hundred players are dropped onto an island, and while finding various weapons, vehicles, and supplies, it's kill or be killed in an effort to be the last man standing.
The Xbox One S console is Microsoft's second-generation device in the Xbox One family, capable of streaming video at 4K UHD, although you'd need an Xbox One X to play games at that resolution. Microsoft says that there's now a library of over 1,300 games, including nearly 500 games that are playable via the Backward Compatibility program.
The bundle includes the variant of the console that includes 1TB of storage, as well as a one-month free trial of Xbox Live Gold and a one-month free trial of Xbox Game Pass. It will go on sale on February 20 for $299.99.
You can find it on the Microsoft Store here, but it's currently listed as unavailable.
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Update: Microsoft has informed us that the console will come with one month of Xbox Live Gold, rather than 14 days.