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The all-digital Xbox One S is just $160 with Minecraft, Fortnight, and Sea of Thieves


If you’re spending a lot of time at home right now for...reasons, you’re going to need entertainment. So why not pick up an Xbox? Amazon is selling the 1TB Xbox One S with three free games for $160. This version of Microsoft’s console doesn’t have an optical drive and was selling around $150 over the holidays. An extra $10 over holiday pricing is darn good for mid-March. If Amazon runs out of supplies, Walmart is offering the same deal.

Even though it will soon be a generation behind, the Xbox One S is still a solid console, and at this stage of its life it’s got a robust gaming library. (Microsoft’s killer Xbox Game Pass subscription pairs particularly well with the All-Digital edition.) It’s also a nice stand-in for a streaming media box, with apps for Netflix, HBO Go, Hulu, and so on. You can also use Microsoft’s Xbox Play Anywhere feature to move your game progress between Xbox and PC. This only works with select games, which Microsoft lists on its site.

The bundle includes a single controller, the disc-free console, and it has free download codes for Fortnite, Sea of Thieves, and Minecraft. Fortnite is already a free game, but the bundle includes 2,000 V-Bucks for you to spend on in-game customization options. You also get one month free of Xbox Live Gold. All told, there's the potential for dozens if not hundreds of hours of fun with these three open-ended games. At just $160, this Xbox One S All-Digital bundle delivers a ton of value.

[Today’s deal: Xbox One S 1TB all-digital edition for $160 at Amazon.]

This story, "The all-digital Xbox One S is just $160 with Minecraft, Fortnight, and Sea of Thieves" was originally published by PCWorld.

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Ian is an independent writer based in Israel who has never met a tech subject he didn't like. He primarily covers Windows, PC and gaming hardware, video and music streaming services, social networks, and browsers. When he's not covering the news he's working on how-to tips for PC users, or tuning his eGPU setup.


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