Xbox One X Fallout 76 bundle discounted to $400
Grab it while you can.
Recently, Microsoft discounted the Xbox One S and Xbox One X by $50 in the United States. While this deal was quite popular, it paled in comparison to the discounts offered by Amazon on a daily basis. Well, it looks like GameStop and other retailer have also been overcome with the competitive spirit and today, reduced the price of the Xbox One X Fallout 76 bundle to roughly $400. This price even applies to the coveted white Xbox One X only available as a GameStop exclusive.
If you don't like the look of the white console, the black version is also on sale. For $400, the Xbox One X with Fallout 76 is a steal. Despite the issues with the game at launch — especially when it comes to performance — Bethesda has managed to turn it around and Fallout 76 is quite stable in its current form. However, the last patch seemed to have reintroduced a number of old bugs, but the team is working on a fix right now.
The Xbox One X is the most powerful console on the planet right now. It's packed with numerous advanced features and comes with six teraflops of computational power, almost two teraflops more than the PlayStation 4 Pro. The majority of Xbox One X Enhanced games run at native 4K resolution, and some titles like Forza Motorsport 7 even manage to hit 4K 60 FPS.
If you're in the market for a new device before the next-generation of consoles hit in 2020, then this is a great time to pick up the machine. The Xbox One X allows you to experience third-party console games in the best way due to its significant power advantage over the competition. Even experiences like Kingdom Hearts III run at a higher resolution and render more detail on the Xbox One X. However, if you're looking for a great family alternative, you can also check out the Xbox One S for $220 on Amazon.
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The Xbox One X is the most powerful console on the planet right now. It's packed with numerous advanced features and comes with six teraflops of computational power, almost two teraflops more than the PlayStation 4 Pro.
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