Last night, some Xbox One users were able to download the Fallout 4 Digital Deluxe Edtion from the Xbox Store for free. However, that was due to a store error from Microsoft and those users will see that game removed from their Xbox One library.
The $109.99 version of Bethesda Softworks' post-apocalypse RPG includes the main game and its Season Pass worth of DLC content, including the recently released expansion Far Harbor. Neowin report that the store error that lowered the price of the game to $0.09 was fixed in a few hours:
Many users were able to download the bundle before the pricing error was corrected, but according to Xbox Support, those users will have their licenses revoked as part of end-user licensing agreements with Bethesda and Microsoft. Users who downloaded the Fallout 4 Deluxe Edition bundle will be unable to play the game, and copies of the bundle will eventually disappear from those users' Xbox One libraries.