Microsoft Will Unveils A New Xbox One Bundle Everyday Next Week To Celebrate One Year Anniversary

Microsoft Will Unveils A New Xbox One Bundle Everyday Next Week To Celebrate One Year Anniversary

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Larry Hryb revealed in a tweet on Friday that the Xbox team is going to announce a new bundle every day next week, from Monday, September 28th to Friday, October 5th on its Xbox Wire website. That means the company will have at least five different games packed-in with various configurations of its system in addition to the Madden NFL 16, racing game Forza Motorsport 6, and other bundles already on the market.

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Five more different Xbox One on store shelves sounds like a lot, Microsoft has a good reason for doing this. Bundles are hugely popular with customers, and they make up a huge portion of new systems sold.

Microsoft didn’t even hint at what games you should expect to see bundles for. We already know that Microsoft is launching a Halo 5: Guardians bundle in October when the game releases and Xbox One exclusives Forza Motorsport 6 and Gears of War: Ultimate Edition already have bundles available on store shelves. Rise of the Tomb Raider is likely to be the focus of one of the bundles. Fable Legends is the only other real exclusive coming out before the end of the year. Other possibilities include action game Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate or shooter Rainbow Six: Siege. [p2p type=”post_tag” value=”microsoft” attributes=”target=’_blank'”]Microsoft[/p2p] has had an Assassin’s Creed bundle on sale for a while now, and it obviously has a close deal with publisher Ubisoft. It’s possible that it will want to refresh that package.

Lets wait for tomorrow, we can see how Microsoft will surprise us.

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