Xbox One Titanfall Bundle Price Falls to £349 at Asda and Amazon
The next gen console price crash appears well under way, and following the example set by Tesco Direct fellow retailers Asda and Amazon have now dropped the cost of owning a Microsoft Xbox One to just £349 – they’ll even throw in a digital copy of best-selling sci-fi action title Titanfall. Nice.
Before you get too excited, this is not the incredible custom Xbox One revealed by developer Respawn recently, and aside from a fancy outer-box featuring Titanfall graphics and, of course, the included game the console itself is the same as the base pack and comes with a wireless controller, Kinect sensor and cables required to start playing. The Titanfall game is available through a download code which is provided in the box and needs to be redeemed online.
Both online department store Amazon and supermarket chain Asda are selling the Xbox One Titanfall bundle for £50 less than asking price when it was initially launched in February, costing £399. If you notice, the new lowered price is the same as the Sony PlayStation 4 without game. If you’re yet to invest in the future of console gaming and entertainment we’re not going to tell you how to spend your money, but the price tag does make the Xbox One Titanfall bundle a really great value starter pack.