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- This bundle includes: Xbox One S 500GB Console, full game download of Battlefield 1, one month of EA Access, Xbox Wireless Controller, HDMI cable (4K Capable), Power cable and a 14-day Xbox Live Gold Trial.
- Discover a world at war through an adventure-filled campaign or in epic multiplayer battles with up to 64 players on Xbox Live.
- Watch 4K Blu-ray movies and stream 4K content on Netflix and Amazon Video.
- Experience richer, more luminous colors in games and video with High Dynamic Range.
- Play over 100 console exclusives and a growing library of Xbox 360 games on Xbox One.
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The Xbox One S 500GB Console - Battlefield 1 Bundle includes: Xbox One S 500GB Console, full game download of Battlefield 1, one month of EA Access, Xbox Wireless Controller, HDMI cable (4K Capable), Power cable and a 14-day Xbox Live Gold Trial.
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The Xbox One S has a number of upgrades over the previous generation of the Xbox One including:
- The Xbox One S is significantly smaller in size than the previous Xbox One making it more portable and easier to haul around to friends’ houses etc.
- The power inverter from the previous model is gone and finally there is just a standard power cable to plug in just like the PS4.
- 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray and video streaming compatible
- Offers High Dynamic Range output to 4K television sets. This offers a higher contrast ratio between lights and darks which brings an increased visual depth.
- Xbox One S allows you to configure your Xbox One S to turn on your receiver, TV, and satellite receiver etc replacing the features of an all-in-one remote.
All of these new features are great but if Xbox does not have the gaming content than none of it means anything. Fortunately Xbox One S has an exciting line of exclusive games that are not available on the PS4 including: Forza Motorsport, Dead Rising, Quantum Break, Gears of War, Halo, and Titanfall.
Bottom line, with all the new features and Xbox’s impressive exclusive content line up the Xbox One S is a delightful addition to any living room. From my limited experience so far the 500GB size is perfectly adequate. I have to delete games on occasion but they are always old games I would never come back to anyways and I have never had to delete anything that I felt I was going to miss in order to get some extra space.
Anyways, there's not much else to say. It's a good console and it runs pretty smoothly. I still prefer the PS4 by a bit but, I can totally see how some people might prefer this one.
I recommend buying this console for anyone that has lot's of friends on Xbox Live or simply wants to experience]the exclusives on Xbox.
If you can only afford one or you simply only want one console, I would go for the one that has the most exciting exclusives to you. Overall, the Xbox One and PS4 are pretty much neck to neck at this time.
I will say this about the Xbox One that's great though; it has pretty decent backward compatibility and much better free games given to you each month.
But there are also cons, namely system wise. The older Xbox 360 had a much easier to use UI. This one takes a bit of time to get used to since there is a little more added features, but once you get the hang of it, it is pretty easy to master.
Unless you can take advantage of the 4K (need special 4K Blu Rays), than its just a smaller version of the Xbox One.