Looking To Buy An Xbox One? Microsoft Has Two New Bundles Just For You

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Looking To Buy An Xbox One? Microsoft Has Two New Bundles Just For You

Being a gamer ain’t cheap, is it? With the ever-increasing price of software and hardware, it’s no surprise there are still people out there who haven’t picked up an Xbox One PlayStation 4. If it’s the latter you’re after, you’ll have to wait for Sony to cut you a deal, but in the meantime, Microsoft are doing their part to make their console look as attractive as possible.

Starting from today, the company have begun shipping two new bundles to retailers, offering special deals to those who are still on the prowl for a bargain.

Check out the details for both below.

Xbox One Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Bundle

In partnership with Ubisoft, we’re thrilled to offer the new Xbox One Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Bundle, shipping to retailers in most regions starting today and featuring a 1TB hard drive, a copy of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege and full-game downloads* of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Vegas and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Vegas 2.

The Xbox One Rainbow Six Siege Bundle will be available for $399 USD at participating retailers, including Microsoft stores, in all regions where Xbox One is available, except Belgium, China, France, Japan and Netherlands.

Xbox One 500GB Name Your Game Bundle

We’re always looking for more ways to offer value to our fans so, for the first time ever, fans have the option to choose one of four blockbuster titles with the new Xbox One 500GB Name Your Game Bundle. The bundle comes with a 500GB hard drive and a full-game download of one title from the greatest games lineup in Xbox history – Forza Motorsport 6, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Gears of War: Ultimate Edition or Rare Replay. The choice is yours.

The Xbox One 500GB Name Your Game Bundle will start shipping to participating retailers on Jan. 12 in Australia, Germany, Ireland, Mexico, New Zealand and the U.K. for $349 USD. In the U.S., Brazil and Canada, the bundle will start shipping to participating retailers, including Microsoft stores, in late January.

Both bundles should be available for all participating territories by the end of January, so you’ve not got long to wait if you’re intending to pick up one of the packs. If you can’t decide which one to get, why not check out our review of Rainbow Six: Siege to help nudge you in either direction?

Source: Xbox Wire