The Division 2, Anthem Getting Xbox One Bundles
Microsoft has announced two more Xbox One bundles which will coincide with
Anthem is getting its own bundle, which is built around an Xbox One S. The bundle will carry a price tag of £249.99/$299.99, and can be snapped up at Xbox.com, the Microsoft store, and participating retailers. Also included in the package are one-month trials for EA Access, Xbox Game Pass, and Xbox Live Gold.
The Division 2 is also getting in on the good fun with a console bundle of its own. There are technically two bundles, depending on what you want. The basic Xbox One bundle is a white 1 TB system, with the game included. There is a somewhat pricier version as well, as it’s an Xbox One X edition bundle. That means it comes with a black 1 TB console and will cost $500. And yes, both versions of this bundle is also getting the free one month trials as well.
These new Xbox One bundles for Anthem and The Division 2 will be added to the existing lineup of Xbox One consoles featuring games like Battlefield V, NBA 2K19, Forza Horizon 4, Fallout 76, PUBG, and other great titles. Speaking of other console bundles, Major Nelson had some good news on that front.
And to celebrate these announcements, as well as bring new gamers to the fold, Microsoft is taking $50 off of all Xbox One bundles, some including titles like Fortnite or Battlefield 5. In a blog post, Hyrb confirmed a Fortnite bundle, a Battlefield V bundle, and a Fallout 76 bundle as getting discounts. You can check out Xbox.com for more details.
All of these bundles can be ordered via the Xbox website, Amazon or many other major retailers.
All in all, it seems like February 2019 is going to be a great month of Xbox and Microsoft. What do you think of the Xbox One? Is Microsoft doing a good or bad job competing with Sony and Nintendo? Let us know in comments.
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