Now even Microsoft is offering the Titanfall Xbox One bundle for $450
[UPDATE] Target also now selling Titanfall Xbox One bundle for $450.
[UPDATE] Target is also now selling the Titanfall Xbox One bundle for $450.
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The official Microsoft Store is now offering the Titanfall Xbox One bundle for $450, joining third-party retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, and Wal-Mart in selling the system for $50 off. Microsoft's deal is also good for the Forza 5 Xbox One bundle, which includes a copy of Turn 10's racing game and a system for $450.
The offers will be available for a "limited time," Microsoft said.
Getting an Xbox One and Titanfall for $450 means that, at least in theory, the Xbox One is more affordable than the $400 PlayStation 4 if you want to buy a new system and a new game. Sony is not currently offering any PS4 software bundles.
It remains to be see what effect the release of Titanfall, a system-seller, and the $450 price promotion will have on Xbox One sales for March. Research firm the NPD Group will release its industry sales report for March early next month.
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