Microsoft Store 12 Days of Deals Include Xbox One S With Free Extra Controller, Free Game Like "Battlefield 1" & More. Details Here!

By Cores Grace Malaay , Updated Dec 06, 2016 09:35 AM EST

The good news has arrived for all gamers courtesy of Microsoft Store's 12 Days of Deals. A new offer has been rolled out where fans can have Xbox One S with an extra controller and an additional free Ubisoft game for the price of the standard system.

According to GameSpot, as part of the Microsoft Store's 12 Days of Deals, this offer works mainly on all the Xbox One S bundles, which include 500 GB, 1 TB and 2 TB editions that come with the bundled games namely "Battlefield 1," "Halo 5," "FIFA 17," "Gears of War 4" or "Minecraft." The free game options consist of 2016 games along with "Far Cry Primal," "Rainbow Six Siege," "The Division" as well as the older titles.

There are other free game options offered in the Microsoft Store's 12 Days of Deals apart from those mentioned above. These are "Assassin's Creed Syndicate," "Assassin's Creed Unity," "The Crew," "Hasbro Family Fun Pack," "Just Dance 2016," "Just Dance Disney Party 2" and "Watch Dogs."

According to PC Gamer, the Microsoft Store 12 Days of Deals event kicked off Dec. 5 and it lasts until Dec. 16. Microsoft will also offer other games on Dec. 7 for 50 percent off including "Battlefield 1," "Recore" and "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" for only $19.99.

Additionally, on Dec. 11, which is still part of the Microsoft Store 12 Days of Deals, one of the doorbuster feature in-store deals is going to be $120 off on Xbox One consoles, which drops the price down to $180. This is for the launch model Xbox One and not the newer and smaller Xbox One S.

On the other hand, Intel PCs are also discounted as part of the Microsoft Store 12 Days of Deals, which Microsoft said that up to $1,000 on selected computers can be saved. To see the full rundown of Microsoft Store deals, go to Microsoft's blog.

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