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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 12:53pm 21/08/17 | 1 Comments
With a number of Xbox One S 500GB bundles offering the console and three games for only $349.00. Yeah, awesome value. And, err, a great "gift" for Father's Day. Which it is, but also great for everyone else too. After you choose the Minecraft, Battlefield 1, or Forza Horizon 3 base Xbox One S models, you then get to choose two additional free games.

The two addition games are specifically tied to two selections, one from the pool of Star Wars Battlefront, Tekken 7, Prey, Battleborn, and Mass Effect: Andromeda. And the second title from the pool of Fallout 4, Assetto Corsa, Final Fantasy XV, Injustice 2, and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. Both great selections, and you'd be hard pressed to not get good value.


Also, if you pick one up Microsoft are offering discounts on the Xbox One Elite Controller (20% off) and Xbox Live Gold Membership (with three months of access for $17.95 AUD).

In addition to the Xbox One S deals, Microisoft are also selling a number of Surface bundles at a discount, plus savings on laptops from Dell and ASUS. And other PC accessories.

The sale is on now until September 3, both online and in-person at Microsoft Store Sydney.



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notgreazy
Posted 09:31am 22/8/17
That's a great deal but... none of those games interest me. I hope the Sony tries to compete as well, because they have more exclusives that I'd rather play.
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