New Xbox One Roblox Bundle Revealed, Comes With Free Robux And More
The Xbox One S Roblox bundle comes with exclusive avatar bundles and accessories.
Microsoft has revealed a new Xbox One bundle via Xbox Wire. It's a Roblox-themed Xbox One bundle that contains a bunch of in-game content and Robux, the popular title's in-game currency. The new Roblox bundle comes with a 1TB Xbox One S and is available now from the Microsoft Store and other retailers worldwide for $300 USD.
Among the included items is the Kijo the Vengeful Samurai, Metal Menace Mech, and Brawk Tyson: Featherweight Champ avatar bundles as well as three different accessories--Kidomaru the Cursed Blade, Mecha Domino Crown, and World Championship Belt. On top of all that, you also get 2,500 Robux, which you can use towards more customization items and more within Roblox.
The Roblox bundle also comes with one month of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, which grants users access to a huge library of games on both Xbox One and PC. Ultimate includes a subscription to Xbox Live Gold, so you'll have access to this month's free Games With Gold as well. If you want to save some money, you can get your first month of Game Pass Ultimate for $1, then redeem your free month from the Roblox bundle--you won't be charged the full monthly price of $15 until your third month starts.
Some may not know the reach Roblox has, but it's actually one of the biggest games out there today. Earlier this year, Roblox was valued at $4 billion after hitting a huge milestone of 115 million monthly users back in February, making it currently one of the most-played video games.
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