Microsoft has debuted a new installment of its monthly "Inside Xbox" show at Gamescom, announcing various Xbox One bundles on the horizon. Packing its Xbox One X and Xbox One S consoles alongside some of 2018's hottest titles, bundles for Battlefield V, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, and Forza Horizon 4 are all on the way. However, the highlight is an all-new Battlefield V "Gold Rush" special edition Xbox One X design, releasing alongside Electronic Arts' WW2 shooter.
The Xbox One X Gold Rush special edition bundle adds a sleek gold gradient, blending from the left into the standard matt black. Also included is a wireless controller, a copy of Battlefield V's Deluxe Edition, a backward compatible copy of Battlefield 1943, and 1-month code for EA Access. Preorders for the bundle are currently set at $499, ahead of an expected October 16 release date.
Other Xbox One bundles are also on the way, spanning more anticipated Xbox One titles. Standard Xbox One X and Xbox One S bundles are scheduled for Battlefield V, also including the game's Deluxe Edition. Shadow of the Tomb Raider will also be packaged alongside the standard Xbox One X, while Forza Horizon 4 will be sold with both consoles. Check out our deeper dive into these new bundles for breakdowns of release dates and pricing.
For those interested in the Battlefield V Gold Rush bundle, preorders are now available via the Microsoft Store, priced at $499 in the United States.
Updated August 22, 2018: Refreshed with pricing for the Battlefield V Xbox One Gold Rush bundle.
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