Microsoft recently unveiled a new white Xbox One X variant headed to store shelves, delivering the first major departure from its standard black finish. The "Robot White" console was previously set for an exclusive release alongside Fallout 76, but a second bundle has now surfaced online.
UK retailer Argos (via Console Deals) has now posted a listing for a Forza-themed white console bundle, packing digital codes for Forza Horizon 4, alongside last year's Forza Motorsport 7. Although currently unavailable nation-wide, the retailer has provided a £449.99 price point, in line with other Xbox One X bundles.
Microsoft is yet to formally detail this bundle, meaning we're unable to confirm if it's headed to the U.S. With an erroneous "15 2018" release date listed, it's also unclear if this bundle will be available ahead of Fallout 76's November 14 street date. As new details on the product surface, we'll be sure to update this article.
For U.S. buyers charmed by the white console, the Fallout 76 White Xbox One X bundle is currently available for preorder, priced at $500.
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