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Leave a new Xbox under the tree this holiday season, because the new Xbox Series S Fortnite & Rocket League Holiday Bundle is now available in Canada.

Originally unveiled on November 18, the Xbox Series S Fortnite & Rocket League Bundle is a next-gen console bundle that will only be sold until the end of the year – the bundle includes an Xbox Series S console, 1000 Fortnite V-bucks, 1000 Rocket League Credits and a Midnight Drive add-on pack for both games for $379.99.

Here's where you can buy the Xbox Series S Fortnite & Rocket League Bundle in Canada ahead of the holiday season.

For reference, the $379.99 bundle price is identical to a standalone Xbox Series S without any extras, making this an ideal gift for fans of Fortnite and Rocket League.

While the bundle does not include the more sought-after Xbox Series X, the Xbox Series S is an excellent console for next-gen gaming, as the console paired with an Xbox Game Pass subscription (sold separately) is widely considered one of the best deals in gaming.

The Xbox Series S Fortnite & Rocket League Holiday Bundle is available now and qualifies for free shipping at all stores listed.

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    • The series s is a lot better than people seem to think it is, I think that mostly comes from a general misunderstanding of tech to begin with (and a weird pr campaign that seems to have ended where pr folks were called "devs", you know the sort). I also think they should have a version with a disk drive.
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    • To be clear, those two games are always free. The bundle includes some premium currency to use in each of them.
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    • I'm a 40 year old grand champ in rocket league, if anyone wants this smoke, come and get it!
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    • If sony was smart, they would have cut the ps4 price down and people would still be buying the thing. But maybe they cant? This gives the series s an opening, and it certainly is better value than a ps4 for the same price. Many folks used to get consoles right at the end of their life cycle, but the series s is the closest thing for those gamers AND it plays new games quite well. Its also the same price as the switch.
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    • Haven't PS4 (and Xbox One) been sold out since the start of Covid?
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    • you have to give in your Xbox One S now or when the new Xbox arrives?
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    • blackbeannoodles wrote: Haven't PS4 (and Xbox One) been sold out since the start of Covid?
      I don't think they even make them anymore, probably too expensive to make (and nobody uses hard drives in other devices anymore). A $200 ps4 would have been flying off the shelves, even before the pandemic started. I remember the days where you could get a ps2 slim for $99, it had years more of shelf life even when the 360 and ps3 were available.
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    • A game Thats not free or even a month of game pass would have been nice lol. Weird bundle.
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    • Lol I've seen people on Kijiji still trying to sell these for $500, its normally in-stock almost everywhere for the series s
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    • lightmeup wrote: pre-order, arrive Dec 2nd.
      Naw, picked this up last Sunday at Gamestop.

      Comes with 1000 vbucks, some skins and some other things i don't care about because it is an early Christmas present for my kids.

      Mind you, it is only 512gb. This fills up quickly when you start downloading other games.
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    • I have the Series S, fantastic machine, can handle any game I threw at it including Microsoft Flight Sim, Forza Horizon 5 and any shooters.

      To be fair, I'm what is commonly referred to as a 'filthy casual' in the industry so ymmv.
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    • azndnangel wrote: I have the Series S, fantastic machine, can handle any game I threw at it including Microsoft Flight Sim, Forza Horizon 5 and any shooters.

      To be fair, I'm what is commonly referred to as a 'filthy casual' in the industry so ymmv.
      I'd be quite surprised if a console couldn't run every single game that ever releases on it. The experience may not be as satisfying to some, but I'm not sure anyone expected it to not run the latest games that the Series X does.
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    • I'd be 100% ok with with one of these if it had a disc drive (they could even up the price a bit to cover that, too!) but I get it it's essentially a "Game Pass Box" so I'm not the target market.
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    • I'm primary a PC gamer but I picked up a series S for my son and I am insanely impressed with the little machine. Definitely hits much higher than its price point
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    • DaveB596 wrote: I'm primary a PC gamer but I picked up a series S for my son and I am insanely impressed with the little machine. Definitely hits much higher than its price point
      It’s still got an 8 core ryzen cpu and a capable gpu that has cut backs that mostly affect the target resolution. I actually hope they make some pc hardware much like this, millions would be happy sticking to 1080p/1440p for years to come.
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    • Does FPS drop when you play Apex Legends and Fortnite on this ?
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    • xxxibgdrgn wrote: Does FPS drop when you play Apex Legends and Fortnite on this ?
      They both play at a solid 60 fps. It’s no switch experience.
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    • This is really a solid next gen machine, and the most interesting console also. People really don't understand it or think it's weak. You might say it's only 4tflop, while the strongest console, tha series x is 12 tflop. But most of the series X power goes into rendering 4k resolution, which is 4x the resolution of 1080p.

      Theres 2 things to note here. First is the most interesting one. For humans, sitting 6ft away from a 65 inch TV, your eyes won't be able to tell the difference between 4k and 1080p since the pixels kind of blur into one. 6ft is pretty much the standard sitting distance for most console gamers too.

      The second thing is to put things into perspective. Until recently, the ps4 pro was marketed and used as a 4k machine. The ps4 pro is weaker than the series S, which is targetting 1080p and 1440p res. I'll just leave it at that.

      The only downside of the series s is as many people said, it lacks an optical drive. But nowadays the trend is shifting toward digital anyway.
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