There’s a new Xbox One S bundle in town, and Roblox fans will be happy!

By Aaron Potter | | 145 |

While it’s a little strange to see Microsoft still releasing new Xbox One bundles given the looming shadow of Xbox Series X, the latest one on the scene is themed all around Roblox. You know, the self-proclaimed “imagination platform” where players can create their own characters, worlds and games.

This news should be just as exciting for new Roblox fans as well as existing ones, however, as said bundle features exclusive digital content for use in-game that can’t be purchased anywhere else. It’s clear that this new Xbox One S bundle is designed to appeal to families, which isn’t a bad tactic on Microsoft’s part given the current calm before the storm.

To talk specifics, the new Xbox One S Roblox bundle is priced at just £249 and includes the console itself, a one-month trial for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, a free-to-play download of Roblox and a selection of Roblox goodies such as 2,500 Robux and three Roblox avatars. Of course, the entire Roblox catalogue is free-to-play for Xbox One players anyway, but there has been a precedent for this sort of set-up before, as evidenced from the many Fortnite Xbox One bundles. Here it functions much the same.

The full breakdown of what’s included in the Xbox One S Roblox bundle is as follows:

  • Xbox One S 1TB Console
  • Roblox free to play download, 3 avatar bundles and accessories plus 2,500 Robux
  • 1 Month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate
  • 2 Month NOW TV Entertainment Pass (Exclusively at GAME)

We doubt that this Roblox bundle will do much to move the needle in terms of Xbox One sales, but it’s a good way to keep interest ticking over – especially with younger audiences. Below you’ll find the best price for the Xbox One S Roblox bundle, so if you’re at all tempted be sure to take a look:

Aaron Potter

A fervent word whisperer and lifetime TimeSplitters fanatic, Aaron’s video game obsession started after playing GTA far too young. Since then, he’s tried to put it to good use writing for places like GamesRadar, Kotaku, and now Console Deals.