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Huge Xbox One Sale Announced Celebrating E3 2018

E3 means surprise game announcements and Xbox One sales.

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E3, the biggest gaming convention on the planet, will kick off soon, and Microsoft is celebrating by putting on what it's calling "the biggest Xbox sale of the year." At the Microsoft Store and other participating retailers, you'll find temporary price drops on Xbox One hardware, services, and games. There's a lot of money to be saved, so read on to find out what kind of deals you'll be able to find when the sale begins on Thursday, June 7.

On the hardware side of things, you can save $10 off Xbox One controllers and $50 off any Xbox One console. Here's the breakdown for the sale prices on the various models of Xbox One.

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  • 500GB Xbox One S console -- $199
  • 1TB Xbox One S bundles -- $249
  • Xbox One X console -- $449

You'll also be able to get discounts on Xbox One services. One month of Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass will be available for just $1 each. Remember, Xbox Game Pass gives you access to all Microsoft Studios games at launch, meaning you can play the full versions of games like State of Decay 2 and Sea of Thieves all month for just a buck. Not a bad deal.

In terms of games, Microsoft will offer discounts on over 300 titles, including Battlefield 1, FIFA 18, NBA 2K18, Assassin's Creed Origins, Forza Motorsport 7, Destiny 2, Super Lucky's Tale, Monster Hunter: World, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, and Sea of Thieves. You'll also be able to save money on game add-ons and expansions--though which ones, exactly, have yet to be announced.

We'll have more details like specific sale prices on games once the sale goes live on June 7.

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