If you missed out on Microsoft's holiday deals on Xbox consoles, the company is serving up some more for February. Among the deals are some solid discounts on Xbox One S bundles, as well as the return of a popular PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) deal for Xbox One X buyers.
The highlight here is for those looking to pick up an Xbox One X. Microsoft says it will once again be giving out a free copy of PUBG with every Xbox One X starting on February 18 in Canada, Ireland, the UK, the U.S., and "select Latin American countries." The bundle deal will start on February 20 for Australia, India, Korea, New Zealand, Singapore, and select countries in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. The promotion as a whole will come to an end on March 4 (February 24 in the U.S.), but dates will vary by market, Microsoft says.
If the Xbox One S is more up your alley, Microsoft is offering up various discounts on console bundles in the U.S. and Canada. In Canada, Microsoft is shaving $60 off of 1TB Xbox One S bundles from now through February 23. In the U.S., Xbox One S bundles will be up for grabs at a $50 discount from February 18 through March 3. The sales also apply to the upcoming PUBG Xbox One S bundle, which is set to launch on February 20 and is up for preorder now.
Are you planning to pick up a shiny new console with any of these deals?
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