The Gilded Hunter bundle, a new offering from Microsoft for the Xbox Series S, will cost you just $299. Customers are said to receive the system along with a few extra games.
Even after being on the market for more than a year, the Xbox Series X is still very difficult to find. The Xbox Series S, meanwhile, has seen better days despite still having more inventory than its bigger sibling.
As sales of the Xbox Series S stabilise and scalper prices decline, Microsoft is thinking of new strategies to advertise the console. One of its strategies is to release the console together with a selection of the gamers’ preferred games.
The new Microsoft console bundle, called Gilded Hunter, is only $299.
The bundle will go on sale and be accessible worldwide on November 29, according to the business. The bundle will also come with nine decorations and three games’ worth of free virtual currency in addition to the console.
Three games are included in the bundle, and they all come with free in-game currency.
Three distinct games’ currencies will instantly be available to players who purchase the bundle. “Fortress Night,” “Rocket League,” and “Jelly Bean Man” are some of these games.
In the article, it is mentioned that customers can buy the console package via xbox.com or other participating merchants. According to reports, the bundle will be offered only while supplies last.
Xbox Series X specifications and known dimensions
The 10 GB GDDR6 128-bit memory/video memory that comes standard with the Microsoft Xbox Series S is unchanged. The SSD supports the HDMI 2.1 interface and has a maximum storage capacity of 512 GB.
According to reports, the system can play games in up to 1440P at 120 frames per second and boasts a more compact design than the Xbox Series X. Only 6.5 cm x 15.1 cm x 27.5 cm make up its design.
Games like “Gotham Knights” been adapted to the Xbox Series S.
According to a senior developer at Rocksteady Studios quoted in the Giz China article, the Xbox Series S “is restricting an entire generation of games.” Shortly after the new “Gotham Knights” edition was published, the conversation began.
The game offers up to a 4K resolution at 30 frames per second. Internet users point out that the Xbox Series S console is to blame for the restrictions.