Microsoft has no shortage of Xbox One bundles available, but it's adding two more to the mix this week. And whether you're looking to jump in the Xbox ecosystem with a One X or One S, there's something here for everyone.
On the Xbox One X side of things, Microsoft is bundling battle royale hit PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) with the system. Altogether, the bundle includes a download for the full PUBG game, along with a standard 1TB Xbox One X, a wireless controller, and one-month trials for Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold. Microsoft says this bundle will hit retailers around the world starting "later this week" for $499.
As for the Xbox One S, Microsoft is introducing another Minecraft bundle, which includes a full version of the Minecraft game with the Explorer's Pack, along with season one of Minecraft: Story Mode. The bundle also throws in a one-month trial for Xbox Game Pass and 14 days of Xbox Live Gold.
The Minecraft bundle is available starting today for $299 at retailers in "select regions." In the U.S., you'll only be able to grab this one at the Microsoft Store and Walmart.
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