Microsoft Reduces Xbox One Price Prior To The Release Of Xbox One S Console
For Microsoft, it's about time that they put the original Xbox One console on sale, that's at least for the entry level at £199.99.
The cut on the Xbox One price has been a joint effort by Microsoft and the Xbox team to stay in the competition of gaming consoles. Console Deals' Phil Jones said in statement "This latest price cut from Microsoft reaffirms their intent to stay competitive in the UK console market despite losing ground to the PlayStation 4 early in their life cycle."
The starting price of £199.99 includes a 500Gb hard drive, a controller and a FIFA 16 copy. The Xbox One price cut is not permanent, at least Microsoft is making that clear. But if you cannot make the purchase straight from the Microsoft store, you can also check on some of their distributors such as Amazon and GAME, they usually follow what the software company announces in their website EXPRESS UK reports.
Meantime, you may want to know the rest of the deal at Xbox.com. To get an idea of how much the Xbox One price has dropped, some of the deal include Xbox One 1TB Rainbow Six Siege Bundle + FREE game for £ 249.99 instead of the original £ 299.99. Also, you can get Xbox One Tom Clancy's The Division Bundle + FREE game for £279.99 instead of the original £299.99.
Other deals include:
Xbox One Limited Edition Forza Motorsport 6 Bundle + FREE game for £279.99
The Xbox One Name Your Game Bundle + FREE game for £249.99
Xbox One Gears of War: Ultimate Edition Bundle + FREE game for £229.99
Xbox One The Witcher: Wild Hunt Bundle + FREE game for £249.99
Xbox One 500GB FIFA 16 Bundle + FREE game for £199.99
Xbox One 1TB EA SPORTSTM FIFA 16 Bundle + FREE game for £249.99
Xbox One 1 TB Fallout 4 Bundle for £369.99
For more news on the list and an updated Xbox One price, refer to GameNGuide for the latest information.