Great Deal: Buy Xbox One In The U.S. And Get Forza Motorsport 5 Game For Free

Microsoft today announced another great deal for consumers who are buying Xbox One console. Starting next week, Microsoft is giving away  a digital copy of Forza Motorsport 5 with the purchase of Xbox One for the retail price of $499.99 for a limited time. Check with your local retailer for details.

Starting at select retailers next week in the U.S., a digital copy of Forza Motorsport 5 will be included with purchases of Xbox One for the retail price of $499.99 for a limited time. Hailed by critics and consumers alike as the best-looking and most realistic racing game of this, or any other generation, Forza Motorsport 5 has been embraced by Xbox One fans worldwide, becoming the best-selling racing game by console attach over the past decade.

In our quest to delight fans, we wanted to give even more people the chance to experience their ultimate car fantasy.

Microsoft announced similar offer for Titanfall game too. In the name of celebrating the launch of “Titanfall”, Microsoft wants more people to join on day one for “Titanfall” on Xbox One. So, based on this special, limited time offer, the Xbox One “Titanfall” Bundle will be available starting March 11 for $499.99* at select retailers. Now available for pre-order, the bundle includes:

    • Download code for a digital copy of “Titanfall”
    • Standard Xbox One console and Kinect sensor
    • Standard Xbox One wireless controller
    • Standard Xbox One Chat Headset
    • One month Xbox Live Gold membership

Basically, you get the Titanfall game for free when you buy Xbox One console. Microsoft expects these special bundles will sell out quickly.

Pre-order this bundle from the following links.

Source: Major Nelson

About the author  ⁄ pradeep

Pradeep, a Computer Science & Engineering graduate.

  • MSFTmanJosh

    So my day 1 edition gets no free game?

    • WindowsSeat

      No ones did. Which I was very upset about. The past 2 gens have included Forza, yet for some reason this time around they not only opted to treat their loyal customers to an unfished product, but also no bonus free game for essentially beta testing their product.

  • soder

    I find it very “nice”, that in order to use the “free” 1 month xbox live access, you are forced to enter a valid credit card number, and they set the account to auto-renew / ripoff mode. Is it legal to do all of this? Yes of course! Is it dirty business practice to try to steal your money? Yes indeed! But I believe MS gave a shitload of money to their lawyers and the creative ripoff team, so MS covered its own ass with EULAs and Termsandconditions. The average brainless console owner needs to remember another creative bastard company, whose access to his credit card must be revoked before the end of the month.