E3 2017 is here! To celebrate the year’s biggest gaming event, Prima Interactive has partnered with Xbox South Africa in order to offer a series of E3 Xbox One bundle deals.
The deals will see gamers score a saving of up to R700 on Xbox One console bundles, and up to R200 on Xbox One controllers. Gamers will have to act quickly, however, as the E3 Xbox One bundle deals will only last for 10 days (9 June – 19 June 2017).
The deals on offer include:
- Xbox One consoles will have a saving of R 700, with the 500G + Fifa 17 retailing for R 3 299 and the 1Tb + Fifa 17 for R 4 299.
- Xbox One S consoles with 4K HDR will be R 4 499 for the 500G + Fifa 17 and R 5 499 for the 1Tb version + Fifa 17, offering a saving of R 500.
In addition to the E3 Xbox One bundle deals, it is also worth noting that the standard black and white Xbox One controllers will be discounted by up to R200. Controllers of other colours will, sadly, remain at full retail price. These E3 Xbox One bundle deals will be available from all retailers that stock Xbox products.
Given how all Xbox One consoles feature backwards compatibility with Xbox 360 titles as well as Xbox Play Anywhere, these deals may be a good time for those who have been waiting to jump ship to the current generation of consoles. Then again, with Xbox Project Scorpio just around the corner, you might be better off waiting for Microsoft’s 6 teraflop 4K beast to arrive.
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