Microsoft's Xbox One X is temporarily discounted to $299, along with other Xbox deals

Microsoft has announced a new sale on a variety of Xbox products which is running through June 15, and it includes some pretty notable discounts on a variety of games and hardware. Xbox Deals Unlocked was announced today, but has seemingly been running since June 5.

The most notable discounts are for the Xbox One X, which is now $100 off for most of the available bundles. That means you can grab the Xbox One X with a controller and a game for $299, and that includes some special editions of the console for a few different games, including the Cyberpunk 2077 limited edition that was announced back in April.

If that's still too much for you, the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition is also discounted, and now costs $199, including a copy of Minecraft, Sea of Thieves, and access to a special skin in Fortnite. The announcement does say the console is $100 off as well, but the actual discount seems to be just $50.

If you already have an Xbox One console and just want a new controller, the Xbox Design Lab is also offering $10 off any configuration you choose to build. With that, the base option now starts at $59.99, and opting for all the most expensive customizations will max out at $92.95.

As for games, Microsoft is running a digital sale on over 600 Xbox games, and that includes discounts on some recent titles, such as Ori and the Will of Wisps, which is 20% off at $23.99 or DOOM Eternal, which is now $38.99 instead of $59.99. Additionally, select retailers will also be selling Xbox Game Studios titles for $9.99 for a limited time. For PC gamers, there are some deals as well, but the list is far shorter.

Finally, if you absolutely need to have Xbox on your body, there are some deals - up to 50% off - on Xbox Official Gear, including jackets, t-shirts, and more.

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