Best Xbox One Deals: Battlefield V Bundle for just £199.99

Best Xbox One Deals: Whether you’re after intense 4K gaming or a low-cost console bundle, we’ve found the best Xbox One deals across a range of major retailers.

After the madness of Black Friday, Xbox One bundles across the board seem to be offering better value for money with each passing day, meaning that if you were on the fence before about Microsoft’s home console, there’s never been a better time to pick one up.

As you may already know, there are two Xbox One models currently available in stores, the Xbox One X and the Xbox One S. In case you’re unaware as to how they differ, we’ve included a short description of both models further down to help you out. Regardless of which model you go for, you’ll still be able to enjoy the now huge library of Xbox One games, and play DVDs and Blu-rays to boot.

Xbox One X Deals

Should I buy an Xbox One X? – As the most powerful games console on the market right now, the Xbox One X leaves nothing to the imagination. Offering true 4K HDR gaming without fail, the One X is perfect if you already have an HDR-ready TV and want to make the most out of it. Certain games, such as Forza Horizon 4, have special modes to make the most out of the One X’s firepower.

Best Xbox One X Deals

Xbox One X 1TB Console

For the base package alone, Amazon has the competition beat on price by offering the lowest rate around on the impressive Xbox One X.

Xbox One X 1TB Console with Forza Horizon 4 and Forza Motorsport 7 Bundle

If you've got an extra tenner to spare, you can bag yourself an Xbox One X with two fantastic games in the Forza series, including the recently released masterpiece that is Forza Horizon 4.

Xbox One X 1TB Console with Forza Horizon 4, Forza 7, Fallout 4 and 2-month Now TV

Similar to the bundle above, you're getting two fantastic racing games but now you're also receiving Fallout 4 and a two-month subscription to Now TV, all for just £399.99.

Xbox One X 1TB Console Gold Rush Special Edition Battlefield V Bundle

This high-octane bundle nabs you two incredible entries in the Battlefield series, Battlefield V and Battlefield 1943, all for £50 less than what you'd usually pay. Bargain.

Xbox One S Deals

Should I buy an Xbox One S? – Despite what you might think, the Xbox One S is actually slightly bigger than the Xbox One X. With that small caveat aside, the One S still offers a sleek design and it’s the cheapest way to jump on the Xbox bandwagon – saving you nearly £200 when compared with some One X bundles. The One S still offers 4K support, but not for HDR.

Best Xbox One S Deals

Xbox One S 1TB Console

For the standard Xbox One S console on its own, Amazon is currently offering the cheapest price available right now.

Xbox One S 1TB Console with Battlefield V, Fallout 4 and Now TV 2-month subscription

At under £200, you can't ask for a better deal. This bundle nets you the Xbox One S, two fantastic games and a two-month subscription to Now TV – everything you need for countless hours of entertainment.

1TB Xbox One S with Forza Horizon 4 + Fallout 4 + and NOW TV

If racing games are more to your liking, this bundle offers more or less the same as above but with Battlefield V swapped out for Forza Horizon 4.

Xbox One 1 TB, Tekken 7, Mafia III, Overwatch, Project Cars 2 & Charging Kit Bundle

For a jam-packed bundle, this one's your best bet. Coming it at just £239.99, you're getting four incredible games and an essential charging kit to help keep your controllers topped up.

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