Microsoft has decided to pull the plug on the $500 Titanfall Xbox One bundle that featured an Xbox One game console, Kinect, one month of Xbox Live Gold, and a copy of Titanfall. The bundle only went on sale in March but Titanfall - while the best-selling Xbox One game title - didn't wow gaming fans the way it was expected to.
Instead of a Titanfall bundle, gamers can choose a $500 bundle that has an Xbox One, Kinect, and a free copy of Forza Motorsport 5. Furthermore, the company will introduce a $399 Madden NFL 15 bundle on August 26, with a $399 Sunset Overdrive bundle planned for October 28. Gamers seem more excited for the 1TYB Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Xbox One bundle that will be available in November.
"Titanfall bundle is done," said Phil Spencer, Microsoft Xbox head, in a Tweet responding to fans.
If customers are interested in purchasing the Titanfall Xbox One bundle, they are still available on eBay and Amazon - but won't be available in retail stores such as Best Buy, GameStop, Target, and similar retailers.