GameStop selling Xbox One Titanfall bundle for £370

£30 lobbed off estimated retail price. Who's next?

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GameStop has chopped £30 off of the £400 Xbox One Titanfall bundle Microsoft announced yesterday.

It's available to pre-order now for £369.97 - cheaper than at its rivals GAME and ShopTo, among others.

For that you get an Xbox One console, the Kinect sensor, a standard Xbox One wireless controller, a standard Xbox One Chat Headset, one month of Xbox Live Gold membership and a digital copy of Titanfall. The bundle launches alongside Titanfall on 14th March.

Yesterday Microsoft announced the first Xbox One price cut, shaving £30 off of its £430 launch price.

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