Get $100 off an Xbox One X as Part of the Greatest Xbox Deals of the Year

By Rebecca Smith, 3 months ago
For many, E3 is the biggest week of the year in the gaming world. As well as all of the announcements, trailers and livestreams to come out of the event, it's also a perfect time to have a blowout sale. In just four days time on June 7th, Microsoft will begin the greatest Xbox deals of the year for consoles, accessories, and a variety of games, including $100 off an Xbox One X.

E3 2019 sale

Beginning June 7th and finishing on June 17th, players will be able to get deals on a variety of Xbox One consoles, including the headlining $100 off an Xbox One X. Those looking for either an Xbox One S bundle or the newly released Xbox One S All-Digital Edition will also be able to make use of $50 off those consoles. Finally, Microsoft has finally confirmed the existence of Xbox One S Fortnite Battle Royale Special Edition bundle that will be released soon. As expected, the bundle will include a purple 1TB Xbox One S, one month Xbox Live Gold subscription, one month Xbox Game Pass subscription, and bonus Fortnite content, including 2000 v-bucks and the Dark Vertex cosmetic set.

Fortnite bundle

PC players won't miss out either, as the sale includes offers from "a wide range of PC gaming partners" like Asus, Razer, and MSI. Players can get up to $500 off gaming PCs, laptops, and FreeSync displays. Console and PC accessories will be available from Astro, Seagate, Turtle Beach, and Hyperkin, and there will be $10 discounts on certain black, white, special edition and limited-edition Xbox Wireless Controllers. Those wishing to design their own controller in Xbox Design Lab can make use of the limited time low starting point of $64.99.

In terms of games, Microsoft is promising up to 75% discounts on hundreds of Xbox and PC titles. Those that have already been revealed to be included can be seen below:
Make sure to stay tuned to TA on June 7th for all of the latest deals as we find them!
Rebecca Smith
Written by Rebecca Smith
Rebecca is the Newshound Manager at TrueGaming Network. She has been contributing articles since 2010, especially those that involve intimidatingly long lists. When not writing news, she works in an independent game shop so that she can spend all day talking about games too. She'll occasionally go outside.