This $230 Xbox One bundle has *deep breath* Forza Horizon 3, Forza Horizon 3 Hot Wheels DLC, Star Wars Battlefront 2, and Grand Theft Auto 5 *whew!*

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Gaming is a major investment, so it can be distressing to save up for a new console only to have it sit there with no money left over to buy some games for it. Thankfully, that won't be a problem with this Xbox One S bundle available online via Walmart - it comes with Forza Horizon 3, the Forza Horizon 3 Hot Wheels DLC (which adds a new area filled with enormous versions of those trademark gravity-defying orange tracks, as well as new cars to race with), Star Wars Battlefront 2, and Grand Theft Auto 5.

Xbox One S Forza Horizon 3 + Star Wars Battlefront 2 + GTA 5 bundle for $229.00. You want to race cars through the streets and outback of Australia? You got it. You want to defy gravity with life-size Hot Wheels tracks? Done. You want to blast apart Rebels and Imperials in the Star Wars universe? Check. Or maybe just laze about as a criminal in Los Santos? It's all here, friend.

If you're not familiar with these games, here's a quick breakdown of each:

Forza Horizon 3 takes the Forza games, a series meticulously-crafted racing sims, off the tracks and into the outback. Race sports cars along Australia's golden beaches. Tear up city streets with souped-up dragsters. Go off-road in tumble-ready trucks and buggies. And look good while doing it. Real good.

Once you've had your fill of semi-realistic racing (because let's be honest, being able to rewind time so you don't hit that tree isn't exactly true to life), head on out to an island park where massive Hot Wheels tracks are waiting to give you the closest thing Xbox has to Mario Kart. Just watch out for the T-Rex.

Star Wars Battlefront 2 has been mired in controversy over its lootbox system, but the multiplayer is still expertly designed, the single-player is still gorgeous (actually, the whole game is), and it'll never not be fun to charge around the fight with a lightsaber, making vroom-waaamm noises into your headset.

GTA 5 is the oldest of the lot, having originally come out for PS3 and Xbox 360 back in 2013. But players are still uncovering secrets in Rockstar's massive, criminal-infested world of Los Santos, and the freedom the game affords players means you can practically do anything you want. The GTA Online community is also still going strong, with new content and modes constantly being added.

Feeling inspired to pick up Microsoft's console but not enthralled with this selection of games? Check out our list of the best Xbox One bundle deals to see if something else lights your fire. And if you're looking for even more games, be sure to stop by our list of the most-anticipated upcoming Xbox One games for 2018 and beyond.

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