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Microsoft's Spring Sale Includes 1 TB Xbox One Bundle With 4 Games for $350

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If you've held out on purchasing an Xbox One, now is your chance to get a good deal on not just the console, but also four games.

Microsoft just released a sale for its spring bundle, which includes a 1 TB Xbox One, as well as the following games: Halo 5: Guardians, Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, Rare Replay and Ori and the Blind Forest.

Microsoft is also adding an additional free download of a game from its Store with this bundle. Those who purchase the bundle can choose from one of the five following games: Watch Dogs, The Crew, Assassin's Creed Unity, Just Dance 2016 and Just Dance: Disney Party 2.

Although this bundle would normally retail for around $400, Microsoft has the price set at $349.99, which is a pretty decent savings of $50. Those interested in purchasing the console and games can do so on Microsoft's website.

This is a better deal than the current Xbox One bundle available on Amazon for $340, which offers the 1 TB console with just three games, excluding Halo 5, which is worth $60 on its own.

Other deals currently available from Microsoft also include the Xbox One Elite Bundle for $449, which includes a 1 TB solid-state hybrid drive console and a free select game with purchase. That console also comes with a wireless controller and controller case, as well as additional features, such as an energy-saving mode.

For those looking to save even more money and aren't concerned about getting the more higher-end versions of the console, the 500 GB Xbox One bundle for $299 includes one full game download from one of the following: Forza Motorsport 6, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Gears of War: Ultimate Edition and Rare Replay.

Players looking to score the real deals, though, and save the most amount of money are probably better off searching eBay and the rest of the Internet for deals: there are certainly plenty of them out there.

It seems that Microsoft wants to do what it can to push more consoles into the market, particularly given that total sales for the Xbox One are only about half of what sales are for the PlayStation 4. It also seems that the company plans on putting all its focus on the Xbox One, too, now that the Xbox 360 is officially discontinued.

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