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Those of you currently saving your pennies in order to pick up one of Microsoft's brand new boxes next month may want to switch your pre-order today. That is, at least, if this next bundle sounds like your kind of thing.


Over at Currys PC World this week, you can pre-order an Xbox One X console along with copies of Forza Motorsport 7, Halo 5 Guardians and Quantum Break, all for the same price as the console on its own - £449.99. Needless to say, that's a vast improvement over Amazon UK's current bundle of a console with Forza 7 for £490.

Since the console's unveiling, Microsoft has been quick to tout Forza 7 as one of the prime examples of 4K gaming and a good showcase of what the Xbox One X is capable of. Last week, Oli gave the game a 'Recommended' in his review, too, so getting the game as a bundled-up free copy with your shiny new console isn't half bad.

As far as the other games in this pack go, Halo 5 Guardians is a solid entry in the sci-fi shooter series and a fairly pretty one at that. Quantum Break, on the other hand, is a little more divisive. I may be one of the few people out there who actively enjoyed the game - there's something about the way Remedy tells stories, I think - but at the very least, you'll get to see a digital recreation of Littlefinger from Game of Thrones shouting at Charlie from Lost, which is quite a spectacle.

Xbox One X with Forza 7, Halo 5 and Quantum Break for £449.99 from Currys PC World

If that sounds like a good deal to you, you can grab a pre-order now.

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