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Xbox Series S Deal Gives Free Games

by Abdul Wassay
Xbox Series S Deal

Xbox Series S deal offers some free games to users. There’s a pretty fantastic deal going on right now for the Xbox Series S that includes a combination of a discount on the console itself and free games with some big AAA options. If you’re not dead set on PS5 or Xbox Series X, but interested in playing next-gen games and getting into Game Pass, this is something you won’t want to miss.

At the time of writing, you can get $10 off Xbox Series S with a free game. with a digital code, that includes titles like Madden NFL 23, F1 22, Far Cry 6, and more direct from Microsoft for $289.99. However, you can also get the deal at Amazon and GameStop for $299.99 with a wider selection of games that include Elden Ring, Halo: Infinite, and Forza Horizon 5.

Of course, there are a few issues to keep in mind. The Xbox Series S lacks a disk drive with only 512GB of internal storage. It’s also less powerful than the Xbox Series X, targeting 2560 x 1440 QHD at up to 120 FPS, so you won’t experience true 4K gaming. However, some memory issues are being addressed, so we expect performance improvements in the future.

On the plus side, the Xbox Series S is also an ideal way to get into Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass gaming service, which you can try out for just $1. It lets you play hundreds of games on your console, PC, and mobile devices, with new games added regularly. You’ll also be able to play Xbox Game Studios titles on the same day of release as well as get exclusive offers. You can see the current crop of games right here.

At $290-$300, this Xbox Series S deal is pretty tempting for casual gamers who don’t have the time or money to invest in the full PS5 and Xbox Series X experience. If you’re one of the people who fit that description, jump into the deal with your chosen game while you can.

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