The best value here being that various games and a controller come included in the package deal, Microsoft has five bundles listed on the official Xbox website going for the new price:
- Kinect bundle (including Dance Central Spotlight, Zoo Tycoon and Kinect Sports Rivals)
- “Name Your Game” bundle (with titles such as Rise of the Tomb Raider, Forza Motorsport 6, Gears of War: Ultimate Edition and Rare Replay being options)
- Quantum Break bundle (Which also includes Xbox 360 title Alan Wake)
- Gears of War: Ultimate Edition bundle in black and white
- The LEGO Movie bundle
It should be noted that all of these bundles come with the 500GB version of the system, as opposed to the 1TB version, which could be a bit of a setback to players who prefer downloaded versions of their favourite games. It’s also not known at this time if this is a temporary discount or a permanent price drop. However, with the more powerful Xbox One S and Xbox Scorpio systems on the way, which will still let gamers play all the same Xbox One titles they know and love, this price drop may be a fantastic opportunity to hop into the Xbox One “family” for gamers on a budget.
Other, slightly more expensive bundles are on sale as well including the 1TB Rainbow Six Siege bundle and the 1TB “Triple Game” bundle for only $300.