Battlefield V gets Xbox One X 'Gold Rush' special edition console
Microsoft has unveiled new Xbox One console bundles headed to stores, including a "Gold Rush" design for Battlefield V.
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 (opens in new tab), 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 (opens in new tab) in the United States.
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Updated August 22, 2018: Refreshed with pricing for the Battlefield V Xbox One Gold Rush bundle.
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Matt Brown was formerly a Windows Central's Senior Editor, Xbox & PC, at Future. Following over seven years of professional consumer technology and gaming coverage, he’s focused on the world of Microsoft's gaming efforts. You can follow him on Twitter @mattjbrown.