If you think that the Xbox One happens to be the bee’s knees, and have forgotten all about the Xbox 360, we are here to remind you that the aged console has some life yet in its legs. In fact, the Xbox 360, despite being 8 years old in the market already, has just been announced to arrive in a new bundle that will be accompanied by a pair of free games alongside a free month worth of Xbox Live Gold service, now how about that?
Apparently, the Major Nelson site did report that the spring 2014 Xbox 360 bundle will be based on the 250GB version of the console. A couple of free games that are thrown into the mix would include Forza Horizon, a racing game that hails from 2012 by developers Playground Games and Turn 10 Studios, as well as a code which would enable you to download a digital version of Borderlands 2, which so happens to be a highly rated science fiction FPS-RPG hybrid sequel from developer Gearbox Software and publisher 2K Games. Those who are interested will be able to pick up the new bundle in the US for $249.99 a pop, which is $50 cheaper compared to the normal price of $299.99. Does it sound like a bargain to you?