Microsoft has revealed not one but two more Xbox One bundles that are coming for the holiday season. One is a white version of the console bundled with Gears of War Ultimate Edition, while a second bundle is the regular black version console with the Kinect sensor and three free games.
The Xbox One Special Edition Gears of War Bundle will include the white 500GB version of the console and controller, along with a free download of the recent Gears of War Ultimate Edition. It will also have a special Superstar Cole multiplayer skin and a code to access the beta test for the upcoming Gears 4 game when it is available in 2016.
Keep in mind that owners of the Gears of War Ultimate Edition will also be able to download all of the Gears of War games for the Xbox 360 for free, which can be played on the Xbox One later via its upcoming backwards compatibility feature. The Xbox One Special Edition Gears of War Bundle is exclusive to Walmart and will launch in November for $349.
Fans of Microsoft's Kinect sensor will be happy that the company is launching a new Xbox One with Kinect bundle this holiday season. It will include the regular black 500GB version of the console, the Kinect hardware, and three free games (Central Spotlight, Kinect Sports Rivals and Zoo Tycoon). It will be available later this month from many retailers for $499.
Source: Xbox Wire
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