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New Xbox One bundles include PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, Minecraft

Get on board with PUBG and an Xbox One X, or opt for Minecraft with an Xbox One S.

New Xbox One bundles include PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, Minecraft
Microsoft has no shortage of Xbox One bundles available, but it's adding two more to the mix this week. And whether you're looking to jump in the Xbox ecosystem with a One X or One S, there's something here for everyone.
On the Xbox One X side of things, Microsoft is bundling battle royale hit PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) with the system. Altogether, the bundle includes a download for the full PUBG game, along with a standard 1TB Xbox One X, a wireless controller, and one-month trials for Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold. Microsoft says this bundle will hit retailers around the world starting "later this week" for $499.
As for the Xbox One S, Microsoft is introducing another Minecraft bundle, which includes a full version of the Minecraft game with the Explorer's Pack, along with season one of Minecraft: Story Mode. The bundle also throws in a one-month trial for Xbox Game Pass and 14 days of Xbox Live Gold.
The Minecraft bundle is available starting today for $299 at retailers in "select regions." In the U.S., you'll only be able to grab this one at the Microsoft Store and Walmart.
By KevinJason

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