Xbox One Titanfall bundle: GameStop launches special extra 50 percent trade-in offer

Now through March 23, you can trade in any system for an extra 50 percent in-store credit when applied to the new $500 bundle.

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Looking for a deal on the newly announced $500 Xbox One Titanfall bundle? Now through March 23, you can trade in any system (yes, any) at GameStop to earn an extra 50 percent trade-in credit when applied towards the purchase of the bundle. In addition, you can trade in any item--game, system, accessory--and receive 30 percent extra in-store credit towards the purchase of Titanfall the game.

The extra 50 percent trade-in promotion is also good for any system traded towards the purchase of a PlayStation 4, Wii U, or standard Xbox One console. You can check out a chart featuring trade-in values for various consoles and games at GameStop's website.

Alongside the promotion, GameStop has launched a special "Titan Academy" microsite via the main GameStop website. It offers gameplay and trailer videos, as well as a special downloadable digital asset pack featuring skins for gamers' social media profiles.

Developed by a team of former Call of Duty designers, including Infinity Ward cofounder Vince Zampella, Titanfall launches March 11 for Xbox One and PC. An Xbox 360 version--developed externally at Bluepoint Games--will launch two weeks later on March 25.

For more on Titanfall, be sure to check out our feature, The Next Big Game: Titanfall, which includes exclusives interviews, previews, and videos for the game.

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