The myriad of Xbox One S bundles available right now are already a pretty solid deal, but Microsoft is looking to sweeten things up even further with its latest offer. Right now, you can pick up an extra 2 free games when you buy an Xbox One S bundle (via Xbox Wire), and that includes big new releases like Mass Effect: Andromeda.
Though there are some solid games on offer, the way the deal works had a couple of caveats. For the first free game, you'll get to select from several older titles that range from the likes of Watch Dogs and Tom Clancy's The Division. For the second game, you can pick from a batch of newer games like the aforementioned Mass Effect: Andromeda, Battlefield 1, Final Fantasy XV, Halo Wars 2, and Lego Worlds.
These are of course on top of the free games that come as part of the Xbox One S bundles on offer. No matter how you slice it, that's a pretty solid deal if you have yet to pick up an Xbox One S and aren't holding out for Project Scorpio. This deal is up for grabs through March 25, so be sure to hit up the Microsoft Store for more.
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