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Xbox Series S massive price cut makes it cheaper than ever before

Sam Cawley

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Xbox Series S massive price cut makes it cheaper than ever before

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Gamers can snatch-up an limited-time deal for an Xbox Series S, as well as a subscription to Xbox Game Pass with a huge discount.

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If you’re looking to upgrade to a new-gen console, but don’t want to break your bank account in the process, digital-only consoles are the way to go. For Xbox fans, you’ll want the Xbox Series S, a significant upgrade from the Xbox One, just without a disc drive and more affordable than the bigger, and chunkier, Xbox Series X.

You could grab the default white version of the Xbox Series S, or this snazzy Carbon Black version

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For those looking for an Xbox Series S for Christmas, or just fancy treating themselves to the latest evolution in gaming, there’s a stellar Black Friday deal on Amazon just for you.

The online retailer is offering an Xbox Series S Starter Bundle for £189.00, which comes with the console and a three month membership to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, granting you access to an ever-expanding library of games, like this phenomenal soulsborne title, as well as online multiplayer. Xbox Game Pass also gives you exclusive discounts to products on the Xbox Store page.

If you’re yet to make the jump to Xbox, you’ll also be able to play a number of new, and old exclusives. Like Bethesda’s newest IP Starfield, and all of the Halo games courtesy of Halo: The Master Chief Collection.

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There’s also no better time to upgrade too, as Xbox recently sealed the deal on its acquisition of Activision-Blizzard, meaning the company now owns some enormously popular franchises like Call Of Duty, Crash Bandicoot and Spyro The Dragon. Not only does this potentially mean more exclusives going forward, but also more additions to Xbox Game Pass.

The Xbox Series S Black Friday deal will likely last until next week, then it’ll be time for the Cyber Monday sales shortly after.

Topics: Xbox, Xbox Series S

Sam Cawley
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