Denizens of the US, it would appear your time is nigh. The Xbox One Titanfall bundle RRP has been reduced by a full fifty bucks on the official Microsoft store, in what seems to anticipate the announcement of a price cut for North America.
The price drop, which is live now on Microsoft's US store, flies in the face of what Xbox UK Marketing Director Harvey Eagle told us when the Xbox One's RRP was slashed in the UK - that further reductions were "not planned" for other countries. "There's no announcements in other countries planned," Eagle said at the time, "so it's a UK-only adjustment and we feel this is the right thing to do in our market."
This could, of course, be a one-time limited offer rather than a permanent reduction, so if you're keen, get 'em while they're hot.
Update: The Xbox One Forza Motorport 5 bundle has also been reduced on the US store to $449.99. The deals are advertised online as "limited time savings", but the company has also slashed the price of a number of separate hardware packs, seemingly permanently. The price of the Xbox One Play and Charge Bundle - including the console, controller with charging kit and a Forza Motorsport 5 download code - has been cut by $45 to $599.99.
The Xbox One Complete Bundle - which comes with the console, a 12-month Xbox Live Gold membership, a choice of two games and a Forza 5 code - has been reduced by $50 to $699.95, whilst the Xbox One Ultimate Bundle, which packs in the console, a 12-month Xbox Live Gold membership, a choice of three Xbox One games and a Forza 5 code, has been cut by $70 to $799.99. Better get in on that now if you're US-based.