Never been a better time to buy an Xbox, as Argos shoppers rush to grab big discount | Gaming | Entertainment

If you’ve been holding off picking up an Xbox Series X since Microsoft’s console launched back in 2020, then there’s never been a better time to make the investment. Indeed, if you live near an Argos store then you might want to stop by and lay down some cash, because the Xbox Series X has never been cheaper. As a special offer for the coming weeks, Microsoft’s gaming powerhouse is available at the reduced price of just £409.99, which is a saving of £50. You can pay now and pick up your console within a couple of hours, or opt for a same-day delivery for a small fee. Argos even provides flexible payment options, which means you can pay in multiple instalments if you want to make your monthly bills a little more manageable. Needless to say, the website is showing that the console is “in demand” and “selling fast” at the discounted price, so you may need to act fast in order to avoid missing out. Click the link below to reserve your Xbox Series X now.

Argos is also offering various money off bundles with a selection of essential Xbox Series X accessories.

You can grab the console with the Venom Twin Docking Station for an additional £15, or the Xbox Series X with an iMP DLX Multi-Function Stand with Battery Packs for £432.

If you’re willing to spend a little extra, then you could grab the Series X with the HyperX Cloud III Wired Gaming Headset for £469, or keep things simple with the console and licensed Media Remote for £419.

All of the aforementioned accessories are pretty useful, especially the headset for online multiplayer and the dock/battery packs for the controllers.

The console itself is a true powerhouse, featuring a whopping 12 teraflops of raw graphic processing power.

The integrated SSD drive ensures your games load quickly, while Microsoft’s excellent Quick Resume feature means you can hop between multiple games in a flash.

The Xbox Series X official controller is a beautiful piece of kit, featuring the optimal design for first-person shooters and racing games.

Then there’s Xbox Game Pass, which is Microsoft’s video game subscription service containing hundreds of games.

This includes first-party Xbox games the day they’re released, not to mention a ton of triple-A blockbusters and indie hits from a host of other studios.

Microsoft recently announced its Game Pass release schedule for the end of May and early June.

Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2 headlines the new releases, alongside Lords of the Fallen, Chants of Sennaar and EA Sports NHL 24.

That’s on top of the superb Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, as well as Immortals of Aveum, Galacticare, Hauntii and lots more.

Microsoft is about to hold a game showcase for its upcoming releases in June, so expect more big Game Pass announcements in the coming weeks.

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