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Xbox Series X cheaper than it's ever been, but you'll need to move quick

Sam Cawley

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Xbox Series X cheaper than it's ever been, but you'll need to move quick

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If you’re yet to make the jump to new-gen gaming, you won’t want to miss out on Amazon’s latest Xbox Series X offer.

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Despite concerns of the Xbox brand going third-party, it’s still a pretty good time to be an Xbox fan. A number of incredible exclusive games are currently in development, such as The Elder Scrolls VI and Indiana Jones and the Great Circle which launches later this year.

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Users can also experience hundreds of games at no additional cost thanks to Xbox Game Pass, which switches up its offering all the time with new additions as well as some bonus freebies and trials for other subscription services.

If you’re yet to acquire one of Microsoft’s new-gen gaming consoles like the Xbox Series X/S, now is a pretty good time to do so, especially since you can get an Xbox Series X for the lowest price it’s ever been on Amazon.

The online retailer is offering the console at a discounted price of £359.99, a great deal considering it’s the most powerful Xbox in existence at the moment. It also supports physical games, a trend that will supposedly continue with future consoles according to Xbox boss Phil Spencer. If you’d prefer a cheaper and sleeker option, you could always opt for the Xbox Series S instead, an all-digital console that you can actually bag for free right now via an offer from Virgin Media.

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That being said you could always wait a little bit longer, as it’s believed Microsoft is gearing up to announce a brand-new Xbox console, an all-digital version of the Xbox Series X with a few minor upgrades.

If you can’t wait that long though, don’t miss out on this limited time deal, as eventually Amazon will restore the price back to its original value of £479.99.

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

Sam Cawley
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