Xbox One Bundles Drop to $280 After New Xbox One S Announcement

By   /   Jun 20, 2016
Xbox One fat

Microsoft announced the new Xbox One S and Xbox Scorpio at E3 2016. The later can do 4K gaming while Xbox One S is a slimmer model of the base console with HDR Gaming feature, but of course, you will need a Tv that supports HDR.

The Xbox One S comes at $299 with 500GB storage and a build it power supply. Storage goes up to 2TB for different Xbox One S models.

For those looking to grab an Xbox One but with a few free games or Kinect Camera, now is the time. However, you will need to settle for the standard fat model.

The old Xbox One bundles have dropped to $280, some of them come with games like Quantum Break and Alan Wake while others feature a Kinect camera with a few casual games.

This is the best time to grab a new console and play your favorite Xbox games.

Which one of these Xbox One Bundles appeal to you the most? Share what you think in the comments below.

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