Asda and Amazon are both selling the Xbox One with a free copy of Titanfall for £349, the same price the UK supermarket chain sells the PS4 without a game.

Remarkably Amazon still sells the standard edition Xbox One for £379, so it's a no-brainer to opt for the Titanfall version for £30 less. We expect it only to last though until stock runs out.

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The Titanfall bundle is essentially the same as the standard package, except you also get a download code for the game. You still get a regular black Xbox One console, Kinect and controller. You don't get the special edition Titanfall controller that was released prior to the game.

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When Microsoft first announced the bundle, it also dropped the price of its console to £399. That is clearly heading south further if these two massive UK retailers are soon to be followed by rivals.

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