Xbox Series S MASSIVE price cut in India! Check out this gaming console deal
Xbox Series S gets mega price cut in India! The most affordable gaming console from Microsoft has now gotten even more affordable — thanks to a new price cut on Flipkart. This deal makes owning the Xbox Series S a sweeter deal than ever. Know that the Xbox Series S is part of Microsoft’s latest generation consoles that also holds the Series X. Sadly, neither the Series X is available in India and nor it in enjoying any price cut deals.
The Xbox Series S was launched in India back in 2020 as an answer to the Sony PS5. However, the Series S was much cheaper back then compared to the Sony PlayStation 5 Digital version, with a retail price of Rs. 34,990. The price of the console has largely remained unchanged until now, when you can get a big discount of almost Rs. 5,000.
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Xbox Series S is at its cheapest ever price!
The Xbox Series S carries a MRP of Rs. 34,990 but on Flipkart, you can get one for yourself right now at a price of Rs. 30,499. That is a lot of saving on this gaming console, enough to make you get an annual subscription of the Xbox Game Pass. Additionally, those making transaction via an ICICI Bank credit card can get an additional discount of Rs. 500.
For that price, you are not going to get anything remotely as capable as the Series S console. For the price of a basic Chromebook laptop, the Xbox Series S lets you stream 2K content, play games at up to 120Hz, and most importantly, lets you try all the latest games. More importantly, the Xbox Series S lets you access the Xbox Game Pass subscription, which lets you play all the latest games by paying a nominal monthly subscription. You also get the Game Pass on PCs but the Series S is a much cheaper way to do so.
The Xbox Series S also offers certain advantages such as Quick Resume, which lets you catch up on your favourite game from the point you left off, even without saving any progress.
However, note that the Xbox Series S is not as powerful as the Sony PlayStation 5 — it won’t be able to run the games at their best quality. Additionally, the Series S has a meagre 512GB storage, out of which only 364GB is available. Hence, you won’t be able to load up all your games on the storage.