Two New Xbox One S Bundles Available Later in August
Microsoft is already putting together some Xbox One S bundles to entice gamers. The Xbox One S Madden NFL 17 Bundle and the Xbox One S Halo Collection Bundle have been officially announced today and look pretty good, content wise. Both bundles arrive in stores on August 23 and are available for pre-order starting today.
Xbox One S Madden NFL 17 Bundle
- In partnership with EA SPORTS, Microsoft is offering the Xbox One S Madden NFL 17 Bundle for fans in the U.S. and Canada. Packed with everything a football fan needs to get ready for the season, the Xbox One S Madden NFL 17 Bundle comes loaded with a 1TB hard drive to play all the biggest blockbusters in Xbox history, a full-game download of Madden NFL 17, seven Madden Ultimate Team Pro Packs and one month of EA Access for $349 USD / $449 CAD. And now for a limited time, when you purchase the Xbox One S Madden NFL 17 Bundle, you’ll get a promotional code for 20 percent off your next order at NFLShop.com. It should be noted that those who order the Madden NFL 17 bundle at Gamestop will receive a physical copy of the game, and not a code.
Xbox One S Halo Collection Bundle
- Microsoft is also offering the Xbox One S Halo Collection Bundle, for what they say is the ideal way to dive into the world of Xbox One and the iconic Halo universe. The Xbox One S Halo Collection Bundle comes with a 500GB or 1TB Xbox One S, matching Xbox Wireless Controller and five games between Halo 5: Guardians and Halo: The Master Chief Collection. It’s perfect for those looking to relive the Master Chief’s epic journey or battle on the biggest maps in franchise history in Warzone multiplayer.
Both the 500GB and 1TB hard drive options for the Xbox One Halo Collection Bundle will be available at participating retailers, including Microsoft Stores, in the U.S. and Canada for $299 USD ($399 Cdn) and $349 USD ($449 Cdn), respectively. These bundles look to be a great way for those to get into the world of Xbox One gaming.
Source: Press Release/Xbox News Wire