Xbox One S Battlefield 1 Bundle (500GB)

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The Xbox One S Battlefield 1 Bundle (500GB)[1] includes: • 500GB Xbox One S console • Xbox Wireless Controller • Battlefield 1 Standard Edition game download • 1-month EA access • 14-day Xbox Live Gold trial

Battlefield One game play screenshot, Man on horse holding a sword.

The dawn of all-out war

Wage war on an epic scale in some of history’s greatest conflicts in Battlefield 1. Fight as infantry on the front lines of World War I or engage in frantic combat in the deserts of Arabia while battling across land, air and sea. Take part in an adventure-filled campaign or join massive multiplayer battles with up to 64 others in the most dynamic warfare in Battlefield history.
Battlefield One game play screenshot, flying over a battlefield in a plane.

Plan your attack

Land, air or sea, the ways to fight are limitless. Go boots on the ground as infantry, deliver earth-shattering destruction in a tank or patrol the ocean depths in a u-boat submarine. Just about every kind of vehicle is at your disposal, from jeeps to motorbikes and bi-planes to battleships.
Front view of Xbox One S and controller

Ultimate 4K console

Play over 100 console exclusives and a growing library of Xbox 360 games on the newly designed Xbox One S, the only console with 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, 4K video streaming and HDR. Stream your favourite films and shows in stunning 4K Ultra HD. Then play blockbusters like Gears of War 4 and Battlefield 1 with friends on Xbox Live, the fastest, most reliable gaming network.2
Xbox One Greatest games

The biggest games

Play the best console exclusives like Gears of War 4, Halo Wars 2 and ReCore. Plus, all the biggest blockbusters this year like FIFA 17, Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2. And thanks to backward compatibility, enjoy a growing library of Xbox 360 games playable on Xbox One. Also, the only console where you can play new EA games for a limited time before they’re released with EA Access.3
Xbox Gold with Xbox One S console

Play together with Gold

Gaming is better with Xbox Live Gold. Join the best community of gamers on the most advanced multiplayer network. Get free games every month, and save up to 50-75% in the Xbox Store.4

In the box

  • 500GB Xbox One S console
  • Xbox Wireless Controller
  • Battlefield 1 Standard Edition game download
  • 1-month EA access
  • 14-day Xbox Live Gold trial
  • HDMI cable
  • Power cord

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xbox one s battlefield 1 bundle deep blue

awesome product much smaller than gen 1 xbox one console controller is much better to hold with a nice feel console arrived very quickly overall a very happy customer just a quick note item doesn't come with a stand which is a shame but I knew this before purchase




Excellent a real show piece

Quite how they fitted everything into this is a credit to Microsoft, sleek, cool design, takes pride and place at the side of TV. No external power pack to hide and keeps cool, really cool, left on full power for 7 days while I re-downloaded all my games, no heat or noise, amazing! Recognised my 4K TV without prompting this is what it was made for, perfect!



John Crothers

Sleek design and great 4k hdr

Great machine, sleek design. Looks amazing and improves games to 4k via upscaling. You will need a compatible 4k TV though to make the most of it. HDR is impressive too. Especially with forza 3. Also if upgrading from xbox one you will have to order a free kinect adaptor to use the kinect on this.



John Crothers

Sleek design and great 4k hdr

Love the design. Sleek and smaller than the xbox one. Slicker too. 4 k hdr is good. Games and content all upscale to 4k. Make sure you have a decent 4k hdr tv though. Recommend Samsung 6000 series. Excellent and not overly expensive for the size.




Everything I wanted

I love my new Xbox One S




TL;DR Fantastic console but some info missing

I'm new to this gen of console gaming (I'm a PC gamer primarily), but given I recently acquired a 4K TV I decided to take the plunge. I have been a PS gamer since 1995 and have never played with an XBOX, so consider me a novice here. After a couple of weeks I am very happy with my purchase. The console (Deep Blue) is gorgeous. It is very slick, has a lovely colour and even my SO likes it. I can't believe the power the machine has given its small form factor. It is incredibly quiet, even with a disc in it, and consumes very little power. The controller is highly ergonomic and incredibly comfortable to hold - I don't get hand cramps like I used to with my PS3 controller. A shame that it takes AA batteries, but the Microsoft 'Charge and Play' pack solved that problem. The console looks great and is happy handling 4K UHD Blu Rays (which no other console is!) I've also found myself really enjoying catching up on a couple of years of console games. While XBOX has few exclusives (they are all available on Windows), being able to play sat at the settee on a large TV makes a big difference and is very enjoyable. The XBOX browser is easy to navigate (if a little tricky to fully personalise - and there are too many adverts!) and I've really enjoyed watching the NBA in High Def with very little effort. It isn't all perfect, though. I think Microsoft need to do more to advertise the fact that some 4K TVs won't be able to take advantage of all of the console's features. For instance, my TV won't project HDR images as it doesn't have a 10-bit display. Secondly, I found the Microsoft Store confusing - I pre-ordered the console and it didn't make it clear enough that it would be dispatched on release date (I expected, as with every other pre-order I've ever made) that I'd receive the item on release date. I was also surprised to discover that the rumble feature on the controller is very noisy - it makes a strange beeping sound. I can't tell if this is deliberate or a fault, but either way it is noisy. On the whole, however, I'm very pleased with my purchase and while technically the console is eclipsed by the PS Pro for raw gaming power, for anyone who wants a home entertainment centre that also plays games, this is quite literally the best option out there.




did not receive 50,000 points

Pre-ordered the storm gray for release on the 21st of October did not receive till 24th , so I guess I will not pre-order anything from Microsoft and they link your bankcard with your xbox . as for the xbox one s its fine only two things I do not like is 1. power lead is for to short compared to how long the old one was , 2nd. you can hear the fan more than the older xbox one.




One of the best consoles out there!!

I bought this 3 weeks ago and can't leave it alone the colour is beautiful and the quality is amazing



Oh No Kev

The best console ever (until next year)

I bought the 500gb white battlefield 1 bundle and I am over the moon with it. The white console looks gorgeous, the controller feels great and battlefield 1 is an amazing game. The console was delivered quickly and is very quiet when being used.





I brought last week for price cannot beat it and free game whit it



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[1] Available at participating retailers, while supplies last. Game download codes inside. Download from Xbox Live; ISP fees apply. Significant storage required. 4K streaming with select apps, see HDR functionality available with supported games and TVs. Xbox One Backward Compatibility feature works with select Xbox 360 games, see Xbox Live and broadband internet required for initial download of game to console. 2016 Electronic Arts Inc. Battlefield and Battlefield 1 are trademarks of Electronic Arts Inc. or its subsidiaries. NO WEAPON, VEHICLE OR GEAR MANUFACTURER IS AFFILIATED WITH OR HAS SPONSORED OR ENDORSED THIS GAME. Conditions and restrictions apply. See for details.

[2] Games sold separately. 4K streaming with select apps, see Amazon 4K streaming coming October 2016. Some apps require app provider-specific subscriptions and/or other requirements. See HDR functionality available with supported games and TVs. Xbox One Backward Compatibility feature works with select Xbox 360 games, see Xbox Live and broadband internet required for initial download of game to console. Xbox Live Gold required for online multiplayer (sold separately). Network claim: Independent IHS Markit study, June/July 2016. Tested on Xbox One v. PlayStation 4 on top 5 selling games with matchmaking; results may vary, not an endorsement. Visit

[3] Games sold separately. Xbox One Backward Compatibility feature works with select Xbox 360 games, see Xbox Live and broadband internet required for initial download of game to console. Access to EA games before release requires EA Access. EA Access requires paid subscription, sold separately; see for details. Halo Wars 2 and Titanfall 2 coming soon.

[4] Free Games Offer: For paid Gold members only on Xbox One, active Gold membership required to play free games you’ve redeemed. Restrictions Apply. Savings based on retail value of game. Games sold separately. Requirements and available features vary across consoles; Multiplayer between Xbox One and Xbox 360 supported for select titles. Download required.