Xbox One and PS4 are offering their best deals for the last three months of the year.
On the Xbox One side, a new bundle was just announced. This one gives fans the option to get Fallout 4 with a 1TB Xbox One. This will the final bundle for the console this year, according to the company. Bethesda recently designed a Fallout Xbox One called the Pip-Box, the company made just five of these and gave them away to the people that retweeted their post and those who took a picture at their PAX Prime booth. But now that those are gone, fans will have to settle for the new bundle.
The Fallout 4 bundle will come with the 1TB console, Fallout 4, a download version of Fallout 3, a controller, and two weeks of Xbox Live Gold Subscription.
The bundle will be available the same day that Fallout 4 drops, November 10. The price is set at $399, with select retailers and stores offering the bundle. If you can’t wait to get it, you can pre-order it now.
Xbox One has a few more bundles coming soon, including The LEGO Movie Videogame, the Kinect, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Gears of War, and the Xbox One 1TB Holiday bundles.
The Xbox One 1TB Holiday Bundle comes with three games, Rare Replay, Gears of War: Ultimate Edition and Ori and the Blind Forest.
On the PlayStation side, there are no bundles but there are numerous discounts for the PS4, PS3 and PS Vita. Fans will get 30 percent discounts on select titles.
The lineup of discounts for the PS4 includes, Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition ($17.49), Legend of Kay Anniversary ($20.99), The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited (Imperial and Premium Editions), Tour de France 2015 ($39.99), The Vanishing of Ethan Carter ($15.99), Skullgirls 2nd Encore ($18.74), and Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons ($13.99).
On the PS3 side, there is NASCAR 15 ($13.99), Legend of Kay Anniversary ($17.49), and Tour de France 2015 ($31.99).
The PS Vita only has two titles with 30 percent discounts. Samurai Warriors: Chronicles 3 ($27.99) and Ar nosurge Plus: Ode to an Unborn Star ($27.99). These games are available before the free PS Plus games for October arrive.
Like I mentioned above, there are no bundles for the PS4 but according to a Gamespot report, the console will see its first price cut in North America. In an image posted by Target Corporation (NYSE:TGT), the retailer suggests that a $50 price drop is coming soon. It remains unconfirmed, but if true, the console would now start at $349.
The retailer is currently giving away $50 gift cards with the purchase of select PS4 bundles.
The company recently announced a price cut for its console in Japan. The PS4 has been out for almost two years and has kept the $400 price. The company has not been forced to do this since the PS4 currently leads the console race in units sold. The Xbox One on the other hand, has received two price cuts since its release in 2013, going from $500 to $400 and then to $350.