Microsoft has lowered the price of its Xbox One Quantum Break console bundle down to $229. It includes four free games, but the offer to get the fourth game will end after Saturday, October 1.
The 500GB white version of the Xbox One comes with two free games already; Remedy's action title Quantum Break, plus a download code for the Xbox 360 version of Remedy's previous game Alan Wake, playable on the Xbox One via backwards compatiblity. The Microsoft Store throws in a free copy of Ubisoft's racing game The Crew, plus this console bundle is elible for this week's special promotion where you can get any new Xbox One game of your choice, up to $59.99. That means you can get a game like the just released Forza Horizon 3 or FIFA 17.
Remember, the offer to get that fourth free game of your choice ends after Saturday, so if you want to get a regular Xbox One on the cheap, with a bunch of free stuff, this might be worth looking into.
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