It’s never been cheaper to join the Xbox family, as this excellent Xbox One S bundle deal over at Game proves.
You can now pick up an Xbox One S as part of a bundle that also nets you two new games: Assassin’s Creed: Origins and Call of Duty: WW2. You’ll also get a two-month Now TV Entertainment Pass, which gives you access to some of the best Sky content available – live or on-demand.
All this will set you back just £199.99, which is far below the usual asking price of £289.98. That’s not bad considering how new the bundled games are; Call of Duty: WW2 only debuted on November 3, for instance.
The Xbox One S is one of the latest and most powerful versions of the Xbox One S; it’s not as supercharged as the Xbox One X, mind, but it’s a huge deal cheaper.
This model is the 500GB version, which should be plenty. But the real perk is the 4K Blu-ray support – you’ll be able to use this console to play Ultra HD Blu-ray discs without having to fork out for a dedicated player.
We gave the Xbox One S a very respectable 4/5 score in our review, praising the console’s small size, 4K game upscaling, and great value for money as a UHD Blu-ray player. It’s also HDR compatible, and comes with an improve, grippy controller.
In our review verdict, we wrote: “The Xbox One S is far better than the original Xbox One, with improvements on every front. It’s smaller, it’s prettier and it includes a greater number of features. Sure, the gaming element is almost unchanged, but HDR gaming compatibility means at least a degree of future-proofing.”
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