How to get tons of free content from the Microsoft Xbox One X

The Xbox One has come a long way since the original Xbox 360, but there’s still plenty of content to be had for your money on the platform.

Here’s what you need to know about the latest Xbox One bundles.


Xbox One S vs. Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Live Home Gold bundles: Microsoft will soon offer two separate versions of its Xbox One consoles, the Xbox One Pro and the Xbox Live S. The Xbox Live Pro bundles are $10 more expensive than the Xbox 360’s $399 console bundle, and the new consoles will be available starting next month.

That said, Microsoft is also launching a free 30-day trial of the Xbox Home Gold and $299 Xbox One bundle.

This is a significant change for Microsoft, as the Xbox Store has always offered both of these bundle tiers at its lower price points.

The Home Gold is the one bundled with Xbox Live, but its $50 price tag is a bit steep, as it comes with a game, a TV, and a Kinect camera, while the Xbox Pro is $75 cheaper than the Home bundle.

The $10 difference in price doesn’t make much of a difference, but you can get a few games in the Home Gold bundle for free if you opt for the full $99 bundle.

Microsoft is introducing the $30 Xbox Live gold bundle with the Xbox ONE S and the $60 Xbox One Classic bundle.

Both of these bundles are available now, and Microsoft is giving them away for free with each Xbox One.

The bundles come with 10 games, a controller, a DVD, and four game disc downloads.

The bundle also includes a free game from the Xbox App Store, which you can install onto an Xbox One to play on it.

Microsoft has yet to announce pricing for these bundles, but we expect to see them priced at $99 and $149.

The free games include Call of Duty: Black Ops II, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth.

The home-console-only Xbox One Gold bundle will also come with a Game of the Year edition of the game Assassin’s Creed Origins, as well as three games in that bundle: the $100 bundle includes Assassin’s Crossroads, the $99 pack includes Assassins Creed IV: Black Flag, and one game in the $150 bundle.

For more on the Xbox S bundle, check out the video below.

The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One Bundle: Microsoft has been pushing hard to get its PS4 and Xbox Ones to consumers for months now, offering free PlayStation Plus subscriptions, Xbox Live services, and more.

It’s not clear yet when the PS4 Pro bundle will be made available for purchase, but Microsoft has already announced a PS4 bundle that is only $100 more expensive at $599.

The PS4 is still available for preorder, and we’ll update this article once it goes live.

The new Xbox One and Xbox S bundles come at a significantly different price point, however.

Microsoft’s PS4 S bundles are only $99 more expensive, and they include an Xbox Live subscription, a games console, and two Xbox One games.

The console is available now for pre-order for $499.

Microsoft will also be offering two Xbox Live bundles for the same price: the Xbox Elite bundle includes one game, one Xbox Live game, and an Xbox Elite Controller for $199, while a Xbox Elite Bundle with four games will cost $299.

Microsoft also announced the Xbox Wireless controller bundle, which includes a controller and an extra wired headset for $49.

The first Xbox Wireless bundle comes out at a discounted price of $199 with Xbox Play Anywhere, but the second Xbox Wireless Bundle will cost you $399.

We don’t know much about these bundles yet, but they should come to market in the coming months.


Xbox LIVE Gold and Home Gold packages: Microsoft is offering two separate Xbox Live bundle tiers, the first of which is $10 cheaper than its Xbox Live competitor.

The other is $49 more expensive.

Microsoft already has the $10 Xbox Live Platinum bundle with a digital copy of the upcoming Xbox One game Rise of Iron for $19.99.

This will give you access to Rise of the Tomb Raider on Xbox One, and it’s also a great way to get games like Gears of War 4 for free.

You can get Rise of Hearts: The Great War for free on Xbox Live if you want to play Rise of War, or if you have an Xbox LIVE subscription.

The second bundle comes with 10 Xbox Live games, two games consoles, and six games disc downloads, while it includes the Xbox Fitness game Rise: Rise of The Tomb Raider for $29.99, Rise of Fire for $39.99 with Kinect, and Rise of Rome for $59.99 without Kinect.

Microsoft plans to offer additional Xbox Live content in the future, and there are currently plans for new Xbox Live features like achievements, friends lists, and game clubs.

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