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Xbox Series X bundle gets whopping £500 price slash, but you don't have forever

Sam Cawley

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Xbox Series X bundle gets whopping £500 price slash, but you don't have forever

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Gamers can grab an Xbox Series X plus bonus goodies with a huge discount thanks to a limited time offer.

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There are some fantastic games out at the moment like Dragon’s Dogma 2 and Final Fantasy VII: Rebirth, as well as plenty more on the way like Star Wars Outlaws and the Elden Ring: Shadow Of The Erdtree expansion, which might as well be a separate game.

Take a look at the Shadow Of The Erdtree DLC below.

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That being said, basically all upcoming AAA releases will work better on new-gen consoles like the Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5, with some of them actually being exclusive to new-gen hardware.

Now if you’re yet to upgrade your gaming setup, you’re in luck, as you can grab an Xbox Series X/S, or PlayStation 5, for practically free with EE.

The phone and broadband provider is offering huge discounts on consoles in collaboration with Call Of Duty, and the mobile version of Call Of Duty: Warzone.

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Depending on which plan you go with, you can receive an Xbox Series X/S or PlayStation 5 console along with a Backbone Gaming controller for a more authentic gaming experience on mobile phones.

The Xbox bundle costs £31 a month for 24 months will save you around £550, whereas the PlayStation bundle will also cost £31 a month for 24 months but will save you around £530.

Also included is a 24-month membership to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate or PlayStation Plus Extra, which will grant you access to online multiplayer as well as a huge library of games to download at no additional cost on both consoles.

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While there’s no specific deadline for when the deal will expire it won’t last forever, so if you’ve been thinking of switching up your mobile or broadband provider and upgrade to the next-generation of consoles, this might be the deal for you.

Topics: Xbox, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft

Sam Cawley
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