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Friday, 22 February 2013 13:46

320GB Xbox 360 Hard Drive gets 3 games

Written by David Stellmack

Pre-Load bonus only for North America so far

For those Xbox 360 owners who have been looking to step up to a bigger hard drive or add their first hard drive to a core system, there may never be a better time than now. Microsoft has announced that the largest 320GB hard drive they have ever offered will come with three free bonus games pre-loaded on the hard drive when it arrives in March.

The 320GB hard drive will retail for $130 and come with Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, Splosion Man, and PinBall FX2 with the Sorcerer’s Lair table. This is actually quite a nice value if you don’t happen to have these games. Previously, Microsoft was offering the 320GB hard drive with Lego Star Wars III as a free bonus to buyers. The hard drive that Microsoft will be offering is in the form factor for the new S series consoles and isn’t compatible with the older units. The transfer cable for the newer drives is available.

We know that it will show with retailers in North America in March, but plans for regions beyond March have yet to be announced. We don’t know if Microsoft is planning to offer it outside of North America yet.

Find out more right here.

 

David Stellmack

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