If you’ve been eyeing an Xbox One X, you’ll want to take a look at this deal from a retailer on Ebay. It gets you a 1TB Xbox One X, plus an extra controller, plus Assassin’s Creed Origins for $480 (the sale price appears in your cart at checkout).
The standard retail price for just a 1TB Xbox One X is $500, so tossing in $120 worth of extras while lowering the price $20 represents a pretty great savings. The Ebay retailer in question, Ant Online, has a strong history of positive feedback. But if you’re leery about sending hundreds of dollars to an unfamiliar Ebay retailer, you can grab just the core unit at Amazon for $490.
If you have a console you’re willing to part with, you have one other potential option. Through April 22, GameStop is running a promotion that grants additional trade-in credit for PS4 and Xbox One consoles. How much you get back depends on the model you have, but the trade-in values are fairly high and can go a long way toward a new Xbox One X.
Like the PS4 Pro, the Xbox One X is a more powerful version of its predecessor. The X is capable of producing 4K visuals in most newer big-budget games, and even in some last-gen games that’ve been updated, like Halo 3 and Red Dead Redemption. It also supports HDR playback, and it’s the only game console on the market that can play 4K Ultra HD Blu-rays.