Xbox Series X gets price cut on Flipkart! Now selling at original launch price, get it now
Xbox Series X gaming console gets a big price cut on Flipkart, selling at its original launch price.
The Xbox Series X has gotten a big price cut on Flipkart. Microsoft's latest gaming console is now over two years old but it continues to be a superb choice for those who want top-notch gaming experience at a reasonable price. The Xbox Series X initially remained out of stock but in the later months, Microsoft has been able to replenish the stocks and is able to make it available to gamers. The console also saw a price hike owing to inflation and component price rise.
Now, you can get the Xbox Series X at a much lower price than before. The Xbox Series X used to sell at a price of Rs. 55,990 on Flipkart but as part of a limited time offer, you can avail a discount of almost Rs. 6000. The Series X console can be bought at a price of Rs. 49,990, which surprisingly is the original launch price of the console. There are a few bank based offers that can further reduce the price by 10 percent.
Xbox Series X gets big discount
Additionally, the cheaper Xbox Series S is also available with a big discount. The Series S console is selling at a price of Rs. 32,990.
The Series X console is a great deal for those who want a great gaming experience. The Series X can do 4K gaming at up to 120 fps with a compatible display. It also has features such as Quick Resume that lets you pick up a game from exactly where you left it. Most importantly, it gives you access to the Xbox Game Pass subscriptions, which for a monthly fee lets you access all the latest games from several developers without actually buying any one of them.
The Series S, on the other hand, can do only 2K gaming and has lower graphical processing power, unlike the Series X's 1TB storage, it only comes with 512GB storage. The Series also lacks the Blu-ray 4K player that is present on the Series X console.
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