Microsoft is adding another Xbox One S bundle to its lineup, this time with a little added Sea of Thieves flavor. Microsoft has announced (opens in new tab) that a new Sea of Thieves bundle (opens in new tab) will be available alongside the game's official launch on March 20 for $299.99.
For your money, the 1TB Xbox One S will come with a download of Sea of Thieves, letting you hit the high seas right away. Aside from the game, the bundle packs in a free month of Xbox Live Gold and a one-month Xbox Game Pass trial. That's in addition to the standard white Xbox Wireless Controller included with every Xbox One S console.
Earlier in 2018, listings were also spotted on Amazon for a bundle deal that included Sea of Thieves and an Xbox One X. However, there's no mention of the deal here, and it's unclear if we'll see the game bundled with Microsoft's latest console.
Sea of Thieves is scheduled to launch on March 20 for Xbox One and Windows 10 as part of Xbox Play Anywhere. The game will also be a part of Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft's subscription game service, for $9.99 per month. If you already own an Xbox One, you can preorder Sea of Thieves now for $59.99. Otherwise, the Xbox One S console bundle is available for $299.99 ahead of its release.
- See console bundle at Microsoft Store (opens in new tab)
- See Sea of Thieves at Microsoft (Digital) (opens in new tab)
- See Sea of Thieves at Amazon (Physical) (opens in new tab)
- Buy Xbox Game Pass (opens in new tab)
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Wonder if MS will start offering a Xbox One X bundle?
Yeah, that's what I'm waiting for.
Should have had a limited edition console that matched that stunning sea of thieves limited edition controller.
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