Xbox One X price slashed from £449 to just £259 with a FREE game

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MICROSOFT has slashed the price of its most powerful and expensive console: the Xbox One X.

It’s now available with a free game for just £259, which is nearly £200 on the usual price.

The powerful Xbox One X has received a major price cut

These bundles would normally cost £449.99, but Microsoft has teamed up with retailers to offer massive discounts.

It’s likely due to the fact that the next-gen Xbox Series X is launching later this year, likely in October or November.

That means Microsoft will be keen to shift any remaining units of the Xbox One X.

  • Xbox One X at Microsoft for £259.99 – buy here

You can bag the limited edition Cyberpunk 2077 console as part of the offer

Games bundled in with the console include Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order, Forza Horizon 4 Lego Speed Champions, or Gears 5.

The Xbox One X is currently Microsoft’s most powerful console.

It was first teased in 2016 under the name Project Scorpio, before launching on November 7, 2017.

The console has a whopping 1TB of storage, and has a built-in Ultra HD Blu-ray player.

Importantly, it’s got more powerful hardware than the Xbox One and Xbox One S.

That allows it to render games at 4K resolution, as well as provide boosted performance for existing games.

It’s got an impressive 12GB of GDDR5 RAM, and is a direct rival to Sony’s PlayStation 4 Pro.

All of this computing heft means that the console is very expensive, normally costing in the region of £449.

  • Xbox One X at Microsoft for £259.99 – buy here

All prices in this article were correct at the time of writing, but may have since changed. Always do your own research before making any purchase.

In other news, find out how to get four free games on your Xbox this month.

You check check your Xbox addiction over the past 10 years with the new ‘My Decade on Xbox’ tool.

And here’s some early Xbox Series X footage.

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