Battlefield 1 Xbox One S Bundle Available for $199 Right Now in the US

Battlefield 1 Xbox One S Bundle Available for $199 Right Now in the US - News

by William D'Angelo, posted on 12 September 2017 / 3,521 Views

Walmart in the US is currently selling the Battlefield 1 500GB Xbox One Special Edition bundle for just $199. That is an $80 discount on the standard price. You can purchase the bundle here

It is not known when the deal will end, so if you want one you better act soon. 

The standard price of a 500GB Xbox One S is $249. The Xbox One X, the more powerful Xbox One, will launch on November 7 for $499. 


A life-long and avid gamer, William D'Angelo was first introduced to VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was brought on in 2010 as a junior analyst, working his way up to lead analyst in 2012. He has expanded his involvement in the gaming community by producing content on his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel dedicated to gaming Let's Plays and tutorials. You can contact the author at wdangelo@vgchartz.com or on Twitter @TrunksWD.


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6 Comments

LivingMetal (on 13 September 2017)

Eff Battlefield. Bundle something that actually attracts gamers, NOT casuals.


V-r0cK (on 12 September 2017)

Great price for a 4K player


UltimateGamer1982 (on 12 September 2017)

clearing out excess stock to make way for X.


PhatChips (on 12 September 2017)

I think so too. It's a good thing they're getting rid of the 500 GB models. The standard should be 1 TB.


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LivingMetal (on 13 September 2017)

Eff Battlefield. Bundle something that actually attracts gamers, NOT casuals.


Goddbless (on 12 September 2017)

The hdd size is inconsequential to me since I've never saved anything to the internal hdd other than apps. All my games are on an external which makes things simpler and they also load faster.


AlfredoTurkey (on 12 September 2017)

The 500GB HDD makes this a hard sell.


Ganoncrotch (on 12 September 2017)

Keeping in mind that Battlefield 1 is 42.6GB of the 360GB that the user gets access to in a 500GB model X1 leaving you with 318GB for apps and games, it's not bad for $199 but you'll definitely be looking to upgrade soon after buying.


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AlfredoTurkey (on 13 September 2017)

I don't buy digital but even so, having to delete and reinstall games can get tiresome after awhile. I've owned a 500GB Xbox One and a 1TB version and the 1TB was way better.


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