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Xbox One Gets Price Cut in UK, Titanfall Bundle Announced

Posted on Monday, February 24 @ 06:27:51 PST by Alex_Osborn

In an effort to sway gamers across the pond, the Big M has slashed the price of its next-gen console in the UK. 

Starting on February 28th, Xbox One will be priced at £399.99 for those in the region. Better yet, this price will also apply to a forthcoming Titanfall bundle, which Microsoft decided to announce this morning as well.

There's currently no word on when or if gamers outside of the UK will be getting a price drop as well. I'm guessing Microsoft is waiting to see how many consoles Titanfall moves before it goes slashing the price elsewhere.

You can check out the console bundle right here. Note: If you look closely at the box, you'll see that the game requires an up to 40GB install, as spotted by Videogamer.
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