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Xbox One price cut ahead of ‘slim’ console launch at E3 2016

Microsoft appears to be clearing out some Xbox One inventory with a price cut ahead of the expected ‘slim’ console launch at E3 next month.

The bundles, which include a 1TB console and one or more games, now starts at just £279, down from £299 on the Microsoft Store.

The best deal appears to be a 1TB bundle with Forza 6, Tomb Raider, Halo 5 and a £25 gift card for £279.

See also: Xbox One Slim: Everything we know so far

Many of the bundles, like 1TB console with Tom Clancy’s The Division and a free game of your choosing, are down from £369.

In the US, there’s a $50 price cut for the 500GB console plus a game bundle, which is now £299. In Europe, base price is now 299 Euros.

The price cuts come as Microsoft is reportedly preparing to reduce the size of the console by 40 per cent. The company may also offer a 2TB hard drive for the first time when it takes the stage on June 13.

Microsoft is also said to be plotting a Roku-like streaming box that would enable users to play Xbox One games remotely on other screens.

Will this price cut finally get you on board with the Xbox One? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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