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Microsoft Announces New Xbox 360 Racing Bundle

Posted on Tuesday, May 29 @ 13:30:08 PST by Alex_Osborn

If you're a racing fan and for some miraculous reason don't already own an Xbox 360 or Forza Motorsport 4, oh man does Microsoft have the deal of a lifetime for you. The old Halo: Reach and Fable III bundle has been done away with in favor of a racing-centric package that includes Forza 4, a wireless wheel and a 250GB console all for just $300.

Both the wheel and the game still aren't all that cheap, so investing in this bundle will definitely save you a decent chunk of change, especially if you were looking to purchase the two anyway.

Microsoft is expected to show Forza Horizon at E3 next week, so there's a good chance this new bundle is part of their strategy in stirring up excitement for their fresh take on the franchise.

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