Xbox One Titanfall Edition And Xbox One With Forza 5 Now Available For Just $449 From Microsoft Store

Titanfall Xbox One Amazon deal

Few days back, we reported that Walmart is now offering Xbox One Titanfall bundle for $449, a $50 off from the original price of $499. Also, the largest online retailer Amazon is now offering the same deal of selling Xbox One Titanfall bundle for $449 and it includes free shipping as well. Microsoft Store has joined this new $449 Xbox One deal club with even more incentives. Find the deals below.

Xbox One Titanfall Edition:

Buy the Xbox One bundle. Get Titanfall. Celebrate the future of multiplayer gaming with the Xbox One Titanfall bundle. It includes Xbox One, Titanfall, and a month of Xbox Live Gold, all for the same price as a standard Xbox One.* Limited quantities, get yours now. 

Add $39.99, regularly $59.99

Go on a cinematic automotive journey with Xbox One and Forza Motorsport 5. Xbox One is a state-of-the-art gaming console, a new generation TV and movie system, and a whole lot more. Includes Forza Motorsport 5 game download.* Limited quantities, get yours now.

 Add $49.99, regularly $59.99
Add $39.99, regularly $59.99
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  • SategB

    Another indicator the X1 is not doing as well as we hoped. There should be no reason to discount this so soon, let alone discounting AND bundling Top game of the season unless sales are showing strong headwinds.

    Looks like we are back to losing money again with our gaming console product after originally bragging about it being different this time with X1.

    It going to take strong leadership to pull the plug, and surprisingly Nadella may be it, looking at recent decisions he has made.

    • rjmlive

      Or…. they’ve been waiting ever since shortly after the PS4 announcement to make an adjustment and wanted to find a tactful time and reason to make a big move, and not make it look like a direct reaction considering they launched first… terribly I might add.

      • SategB

        Very good point and if you are correct it communicated a bigger issue; the company prefers to play a bata role in the market rather then having confidence of a market leader.

        It is a by-product of a lack of confidence exhibited by “trying not to fail” vs “trying to win”.

        • rjmlive

          I think this is a combination of failing to communicate and market their next gen product favorably to the consumer appropriately, and a failure to determine the price and strategy of the PS4. I wonder many times had PS4 made their announcement first, if Microsoft would have had a plan B strategy to offer the Xbox for even 449 off the start.

          The early looking price adjustment seems bad and reactionary, but it would have been worse in my opinion if they did it any sooner.

          • SategB

            Yes you are right it was a clusterf@ck from the start. I think a good deal of it was a desire to be able to say the were going to be making a small “profit” since the product is increasingly becoming hard to justify by the board.

            This only increases the pressure on the Hardware Division with Surface not profitable, only money losing low end Nokia are selling and now XBox is a pull.

            Nadella has done difficult waters to navigate.

    • Jim Cherry

      If Microsoft abandoning consoles would be more of the same Microsoft of the past when the going gets tough Microsoft of the past would always take their ball and go home. ex zune, kin, smart watches, longhorn, windows mobile , windows phone 7. Of course sometimes you have to know when to quit too and those previous examples could be used in the argument that Microsoft doesn’t know when to pivot good ideas and kill bad ones.