In the same vein as Sony's Days of Play sale, Microsoft will offer nice discounts on consoles, accessories, and a plethora of games during E3. From June 10 to June 23, the will be available at $449 (about Rs. 30,200) in the U.S., making it the first ever discount for the 4K-capable console since its release last November.
As noted by users on ResetEra, the Xbox E3 2017 media briefing was 1:43:39, which is in line with the estimate provided by the head of Microsoft's gaming. If you find the same trailer on Bungie's channel, at 2:42, you noticed that the Xbox controller is safe and sound, plain to see.
This is just a sample of the savings! 1TB Xbox One S bundles will start at $249 during the sale, which is nice because 500GB fills up quickly thanks to the size of modern games. For instance, Walmart now has the Xbox One S 1TB Minecraft Edition Bundle for $249. For example, in March, Sea of Thieves marked the first Xbox title to release into Xbox Game Pass timed with its global release, which contributed to a thriving Sea of Thieves community that saw more than 2 million players within its first week of release. The long list of discounted games includes: Forza Motorsport 7, Battlefield 1, Monster Hunter World, Assassin's Creed Origins, Destiny 2, Sea of Thieves, Super Lucky's Tale, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, FIFA 18, and National Basketball Association 2K18.
Try out Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass for just $1 - Take advantage of a special, limited-time introductory offer and get your first month of Xbox Game Pass or Xbox Live Gold for just $1 each! But you can design your own Xbox Design Lab controller for $10 off, a total of $70 after the discount. We talk about the importance of Xbox Game Pass for Microsoft and which games it could feature in the coming months of 2018.
All discounts are available through Microsoft from June 7 through June 17. You should expect it to have a presence at E3 2018 and maybe even a release date, though pre-orders have been cancelled for the game, so who know what's going on with it. Earlier this year Microsoft announced that all future first-party games will be available on the service at launch, meaning that it should also become a great way of keeping current with the latest games as well as catching up on older titles.