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Xbox Starter Bundle announced: What does it include?

Microsoft has announced a new Xbox Starter Bundle that offers the Series S console along with a couple of more benefits.

Xbox has announced a new starter bundle for those who are buying an Xbox console for the first time. It has been announced in line with the holiday season, so those looking to purchase a new gaming console this season can go for the Xbox Starter Bundle with the Series S console and more.

As the name suggests, the Xbox Series S Starter Bundle includes the Xbox Series S console. Microsoft refreshed the Xbox Series S console just last month with a new 1TB model as only a 512GB model was available earlier for the console. However, the bundle includes the 512GB variant of the Xbox Series S.

The bundle also has a wireless controller and a 3-month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate membership. This subscription includes access to hundreds of games, day-one releases, online multiplayer, and more. On day one, It gives you access to new games like Starfield and Forza Motorsport. Plus, you further get hands-on hundreds of high-quality ​games like Lies of PParty Animals, and Minecraft Legends.

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The Game Pass Ultimate subscription also includes EA Play, giving you access to even more top titles on console, cloud and PC, including series like Madden, Battlefield ​and STAR WARS. Further, buyers get free Perks, including in-game content, consumables, and member discounts on select games and add-ons.

Those interested can buy the Xbox Series S Starter Bundle from Microsoft Stores and participating retailers worldwide starting October 31. The pre-orders for the bundle are already live at participating retailers. It costs $299.99 (approx. Rs 24,900) in the United States.

The Xbox Series S offers features like 1440p output with a frame rate of 120 frames per second, custom 8-core AMD Zen 2 running at 3.6GHz and 4 Teraflops of Custom AMD RDNA 2 graphics, and more.

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