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People across the globe are on the hunt for activities to keep them entertained during the coronavirus lockdown.
While some families have been turning to board games and virtual quizzes, others have been using the time indoors to up their gaming skills.
Want to invest or upgrade in a new console? Let us point you in the direction of the Xbox One S, which is currently on sale - and still in stock.
Argos has slashed the price of the console by 25%, saving you £50. Meanwhile, similar full-priced bundles at John Lewis and Amazon are currently sold out.
Buy it: Xbox One S 1TB All Digital Console Fortnite & 2 Game Bundle | £149.99 (Was £199.99) from Argos
The Xbox One S, which was released in October last year, originally retailed for £199.99, but has now been reduced to £149.99.
The Xbox One S All-Digital Edition allows you to not only game with your friends, but also watch your favourite films and TV shows on Netflix, Amazon and YouTube.
Plus, you can stream music for hours of entertainment the whole family can enjoy.
Shoppers can download over 100 games through the device, so you can get gaming straight away and will never be stuck for things to do when you’ve completed all the levels.
The Xbox One S is also compatible with Xbox 360 and select Original Xbox games.
Shoppers will not only get their hands on the console, but also a wireless controller and a month’s subscription to Xbox Live Gold, as well as the download codes for three popular games: Minecraft, Sea of Thieves and Fortnite.
The product has received rave reviews, with 97% of customers saying they would recommend the item.
One review read: “Fantastic console, Was brought for the family, hours of fun, great connections for online gaming, does exactly what was promised.”
Another added: “Excellent piece of machine. This was purchased to replace my old Xbox one. Very happy no complaints here.”