Limited-Time PUBG Xbox One Deal Includes Another Great Shooter For Free

Get two great shooters for the price of one.

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PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has quickly become a big hit on Xbox One, attracting more than 1 million players in its first 48 hours on the console. The title is available for $30 via the Xbox Game Preview program, but those who are interested in picking it up may want to consider purchasing it from Newegg, as a new deal will net you an additional game for free.

For a very limited time, you can get a free copy of the critically acclaimed Titanfall 2 when you purchase PUBG on Newegg (via Wario64). The battle royale game costs its normal early access price of $30, making this an enticing deal as you can get another great shooter for no additional charge. However, the offer will only be available for a few more hours and expires later today, December 21, so you'd better act fast if you hope to take advantage of it.

PUBG made its Xbox One debut last week, on December 12. It recently received its first update on the console, which addressed a number of bugs and made "first pass" improvements to the game's visuals and performance. PUBG is also one of the many titles that are enhanced on Xbox One X. If you're interested in picking up the new console, you can get a free copy of PUBG with a new Xbox One X for a limited time through the holidays.

Titanfall 2, meanwhile, released for Xbox One (as well as PS4 and PC) back in 2016. It was published by EA, which recently acquired the game's developer, Respawn, and confirmed that a new Titanfall title is in development. GameSpot awarded Titanfall 2 a 9/10 and called it "a fluid shooter" and "a spectacular game." You can learn more about it in our Titanfall 2 review.

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