JB’s $300 Xbox One S Bundle Is Pretty Solid Too

JB’s $300 Xbox One S Bundle Is Pretty Solid Too
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The console bundle wars have truly begun.

Earlier this week I wrote about a solid Xbox One S offering from Big W, and that was a pretty good deal. A console, the new Call of Duty, Battlefield 1 and Forza Horizon 3? That’s a great mix for the casual gamer in your life who likes shooting stuff.

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But Battlefield 1 doesn’t have the player base it used to. And what if you want more open-world action? Then JB’s got a $300 Xbox One S game that’s a little more focused. There’s not quite as much value, but you do still get Call of Duty: WW2, and a code for Assassin’s Creed: Origins.

Image: JB Hi-Fi

The deal becomes available tomorrow, and lasts for a full week. $300 is a pretty solid offering, especially with two games that you could easily sink 50+ hours into, depending on how much you like COD multiplayer.

Either way, it’s nice to see the retailers having it out with their console bundles.


  • It’s a shame we don’t see the same sort of bundles for the PS4. I really wish the console war was closer so there might be an inclination for Sony to more competitively price their console.

    • I got my PS4 Pro from JB for $540 with Horizon: Zero Dawn, Prey and Fallout 4 included. Much more expensive, but at that time that was about $160 worth of games.

      • I play my Xbox every night and there’s too many interesting games coming out every week to even try a fraction of them.

        Having said that, I’m waiting for a good deal on a PS4 Pro so I can finally play Horizon and Uncharted 4.

      • I have been playing on the Xbox (since it is the best box), since the release of Halo: Combat Evolved. Most of my friends are and still playing on that family of console systems and Sony have had little to persuade me during the PlayStation 4 life cycle.

        As for the PlayStation 3 life cycle, that’s a different story all together considering the likes of the Killzone series. Oh, how you have tempted me.

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