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Microsoft Announce Yet Another Xbox One S Bundle, This Time With Added Blocks


Do you have kids who love Minecraft? Have those same 360 playing kids been bothering you for a Xbox One off Santa later this year? Well, today Microsoft have announced yet another Xbox One S Bundle, with the Xbox One S 500GB Minecraft Favourites Bundle coming to stores on October 21st, and will cost around £249.99 here in the UK at numerous online stores. This bundle is already available in the United States and Canada for $299.99, with a release in Australia & New Zealand on Nov 1st. This bundle includes all of the following.

The Xbox One S Minecraft Favourites Bundle includes:
       Xbox One S console (500 GB) with built-in 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player, and 4K video streaming plus HDR for video and gaming – so you can experience richer, more luminous colours.

       New Xbox One S wireless controller with expanded range and Bluetooth support for Windows 10 PCs.

       Minecraft: Xbox One Edition download code, with enhanced performance and 16x bigger worlds compared to the Xbox 360 Edition.

       Minecraft: Xbox One Edition Favourites Pack download code, which features the Festive Mash-up Pack, Halo Mash-up, Fantasy Texture Pack, Natural Texture Pack, City Texture Pack, Battle & Beasts Skin Pack and Battle & Beasts 2 Skin Pack.

       Minecraft: Xbox One Edition Builder’s Pack download code, which includes Biome Settlers Skin Pack, Cartoon Texture Pack, Candy Texture Pack, Plastic Texture Pack, Pattern Texture Pack and the Greek Mythology Mash-up.

       Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta download code.

       14 day Xbox Live Gold trial membership.

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