If you're looking forward to Assassin's Creed Origins and have yet to pick up an Xbox One S, Microsoft's latest bundle will check both boxes. Microsoft has announced (opens in new tab) new Assassin's Creed Origins Xbox One S bundles (opens in new tab) will be available starting October 27 alongside the game's launch.
Microsoft has released quite a few Xbox One S bundles to date, all of which come packed with their bundled game, the console, a controller, and trials to Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold. The Assassin's Creed Origins bundle is no different, but Microsoft has thrown in another bonus: a copy of Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege. Here's a look at all of what's included.
- Xbox One S with either a 1TB or 500GB hard drive
- Full game download codes of Assassin's Creed Origins and Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege* Xbox Wireless Controller
- 1-month Xbox Game Pass subscription with unlimited access right out of the box to over 100 highly rated and fun Xbox One games with new games being added all the time
- 14-day Xbox Live Gold trial to experience the most advanced multiplayer gaming network
The Assassin's Creed Origins bundles are up for preorder now (opens in new tab) in both 500GB and 1TB capacities, at $249 and $349, respectively. If you're looking for the best looking version of Assassin's Creed Origins, however, you'll want to turn your gaze toward the Xbox One X, which launches November 7. The game features a number of enhancements to resolution and visuals that will be available only on Microsoft's latest console.
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Headline on the main page says "Xbox X"
Don't worry they will retrench it soon.
Its useless to buy xbox s, then less then month release xbox X. Cant wait
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