Xbox One Gets Two New Console Bundles Featuring Minecraft and PUBG
Microsoft has unveiled two new Xbox One bundles now available on the market featuring two hot titles: Minecraft and PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds.
Coming off a fiery E3 2018 presentation chock full of great games to look forward to in the coming years, now might be a great time to jump in and get an Xbox One if you’ve been on the fence on getting one, and two new bundles have arrived featuring some of the most popular games on the market right now.
The first of the two newly-announced bundles is for an Xbox One X bundle featuring PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. The bundle itself will include the 1TB console, an Xbox Wireless Controller, one-month trials for both Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold, and a digital copy of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, with the bundle now available to purchase for $499.99 at retailers worldwide.
The second bundle features an Xbox One S console with Minecraft, alongside a copy of Telltale Games’ Minecraft: Story Mode — The Complete Adventure, a one-month trial for Xbox Game Pass, and a 14-day trial for Xbox Live Gold. The Minecraft bundle is available to purchase now for $299. This bundle, according to Microsoft, will be available exclusively at Walmart and the Microsoft Store for purchasers in the US.
For a closer look at the two new bundles, you can check out the images below from Microsoft: