Microsoft’s Xbox One console is getting a 20% bonus from the retail giant.
The Xbox One will also get a “bonus army” for “continuing to improve the game experience” after its initial launch.
That army will be made up of a total of $30 million in bonuses to Xbox One owners, with the full amount going to the game’s developer, Microsoft Studios.
The bonus army is a way of making sure Xbox One developers don’t end up with $20 million worth of incentives just to keep their titles up to date.
Microsoft is also offering an Xbox Live Gold subscription for developers to help keep their games up to code.
Microsoft will also be extending the free trial period for the console to 30 days, as well as providing a free Xbox One bundle to anyone who has an Xbox One X. The bundle will also include a digital copy of Gears of War: Ultimate Edition.
Microsoft says the bundle will be available for $99 on Xbox Live, with $30 off per month if you have an Xbox Elite.
Microsoft’s bonus army also includes a new feature called “bonuses for existing Xbox Live members,” which will allow Xbox Live subscribers to earn an extra 20% on any purchase with Microsoft Rewards.
This feature is a new way to reward Xbox Live users who play Xbox Live games and then log in to Xbox Live to get their hands on new content.
The “bonused Xbox One” bonus will be tied to a specific Xbox One subscription and will be used to pay for the $10 Xbox Live credit, Microsoft says.
The Xbox One’s “bonUS army” will be worth $30,000, which will also count towards the Xbox Rewards bonus, Microsoft said.
Microsoft is also extending the Xbox Store, which has seen huge growth since the console launched last month.
Starting at $30 per month for Xbox Live Premium members, the Xbox store will be upgraded to $20 per month on August 16, 2018, which means anyone who owns the Xbox Live subscription can now get a free game with every Xbox One purchase.