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Microsoft to give one free game with any Xbox One or Xbox One S bundle

Microsoft has launched a new offer for the Xbox One and Xbox One S bundles, and it is a pretty good one. Most AAA games launch near the end of the year; there are a wide variety of bundles launching very soon packing some of the most anticipated games this year, and Microsoft is giving you a game of your choice with them – for free.

Xbox One S Bundles

 

Though, the offer is not limited to any particular bundle, the free game you can pick cannot be an unreleased game – so no pre-orders. There is a price limit as well; the game has to be no more than 60$, so you probably can’t get any special or deluxe editions either.

Even with these limitations, the deal is pretty good – the Xbox One S Battlefield 1 Bundle for example costs 299$, with the offer you can throw in Forza Horizon 3 and get two AAA games without spending anything extra. The point is you can pick the bundle you want, and then choose a free game on top of it.

It Is probably the best time to launch an offer such as this – we are getting a whole lot of AAA games very soon. For those who want to get into the Xbox ecosystem, this sure is a great time to make the jump.

The offer ends on October 1st, so you should make your purchase before then. However, it is only available at select retailers. These include Amazon, Best Buy, GameStop, Target, Walmart and Microsoft Store as well. Basically, all of the major retailers in the U.S. Though that shouldn’t be a problem – after all, free stuff.

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