Microsoft Xbox One S Minecraft Bundle Now Available For $249 Only
Microsoft's latest bundle offer should look pretty tempting especially to gamers who wish to own the Xbox One S. Right now, customers can grab a Microsoft Xbox One S Minecraft bundle for only $249. The offer bundle by the tech giant usually goes for $299. Meaning, this sale is a huge solid deal.
Start availing this bundle through buying directly to the Microsoft Store or other retailer partners like Amazon, Target, GameStop, Best Buy and Walmart until March 18. According to Windows Central, this bundle offers a full $50 off to the regular price of the console. The Microsoft Xbox One S itself is the slim version of the Xbox One with 500GB storage and a wireless controller.
In addition to the Microsoft's latest Xbox console, the bundle offered by the firm also throws in Minecraft game codes compatible for both Xbox One and Windows 1. As reported by GameZone, along with the 13 content packs, game titles such as Halo Mash-up and Festive Mash-Up packs are also included. This is, indeed a really great sale bundle.
A Quick Review On The Xbox One S
Xbox One S is a product of Microsoft and considered as the only console that offers 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray. In addition to that, the console also allows users to stream 4K video and High Dynamic Range. Microsoft holds the name of being the fastest and most reliable gaming network with its Xbox Live.
The firm also records as the award-winning exclusive games with over 100 and an enjoyable library of more than 300 Xbox 360 games, which also playable through Backward Compatibility on Xbox One. With the Microsoft Xbox One S, a user can also stream his/her favorite movies and TV shows with support offered by Netflix and Hulu in a beautiful 4K Ultra HD. Considering all these great features and console's great bundle today, there's no better time to buy an Xbox One S than now.
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