Online shopping site Amazon is once again offering a very generous deal for Xbox gamers. Its latest offering features various bundles, and one of the most notable ones starts at $369.
Of course, at that price, it's still about $20 more expensive that the current retail value of the 1TB version of the Xbox One console. But, Amazon makes up for this by filling the bundle with various goodies.
As detailed on the product's page, the bundle features a 1TB Xbox One unit, a secondary wireless controller, a $50 gift card from Amazon, a copy of the "Halo 5" Limited Edition and a digital download for "Forza Horizons 2," which will be emailed to the customer after finalizing the purchase.
But aside from these, the console also comes with physical copies of "Gears of War: Ultimate Edition" and "Rare Replay." It also features a digital download of "Ori and the Blind Forest."
This is only one of the Xbox One bundles currently available at Amazon. Customers have the option to pair up different bundles depending on their preferences and which games they would like to get.
For instance, one package features the console and two controllers and combine this with a bundle that features "Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege," "Rainbow Six Vegas 1" and its sequel, "Forza Horizons 2" and the "Halo 5" Limited Edition.
The latest deals offered by Amazon may be related to the reports about Microsoft working on an improved version of the Xbox console. As noted by Gamespot earlier this month, there have been rumors that the tech giant is developing a follow-up to the Xbox One.
Although Microsoft has not yet confirmed this, Phil Spencer, the head of the company's division, hinted that if they will do something to improve the Xbox One, they would rather work on something that's totally different. In this case, this could mean a new game console.
"I'm not a big fan of the Xbox One and a half," he said. "If we're going to move forward, I want to move forward in big numbers. For us, our box is doing well. It performs, it's reliable, the servers are doing well."
"If we're going to go forward with anything like I said, I want it to be a really substantial change for people - an upgrade," he added.