Update: The console is now available for pre-order so be sure to grab one now!
There are plenty of Xbox One bundles already on store shelves, with games ranging from Minecraft to Assassin's Creed: Origins. But for its next pair of bundles, Microsoft is turning its attention to the basketball court with NBA 2K19.
Due out on September 11, NBA 2K19 is the latest entry in 2K Games' annual franchise, and will bring the usual round of iterative updates to the gameplay. Alongside its release, Microsoft will offer up a 1TB Xbox One S bundled with the game for $299.99, or a 1TB Xbox One X bundle for $499.99. No matter which bundle you pick up, you'll also score a one-month trial for Xbox Game Pass and a 14-day trial to Xbox Live Gold.
Preorders for the bundles aren't up for grabs just yet, but they should start becoming available at retailers later this week. In the meantime, you can get a first look at official gameplay footage from NBA 2K19 with the trailer below.
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