Xbox have announced new console and accessory bundles for players who want to get their hands on the Xbox One S for the holidays.
The Xbox One S bundles include the Xbox One S Gears of War 4 Limited Edition Bundle, containing 2TB of memory, a custom finish on the outside, a custom controller and a copy of Gears of War 4. This bundle will set you back £399.99 from the official Microsoft store, although it is also available at retail. There’s also the Xbox One S Gears of War 4 bundle, with a white console, 1TB of memory, a white controller and a copy of the game.
The Xbox One S Minecraft Favourites Bundle comes with, you guessed it, a copy of Minecraft for Xbox One as well as a 500GB console and over 230 character skins and additional content packs. This is priced at £249.99 and even allows you to transfer worlds from the Xbox 360 to the Xbox One S.
Battlefield 1 is also involved in the new bundles, as the Xbox One S Battlefield 1 Special Edition Bundle includes the Early Enlister Deluxe Edition of the game as well as a military green 1TB console with a matching stand and controller, not to mention the Hellfighter, Red Baron and Lawrence of Arabia packs for the game. Five battlepacks and new visual appearance options for the Behemoths round off this £299.99 bundle.
There’s another Xbox One S Battlefield 1 Bundle that has 500GB of memory but with a standard edition of the game and a normal console along with one month of EA Access, coming in at £249.99. The last Battlefield 1 bundle is the Storm Grey / Deep Blue Special Edition Bundle which has a 500GB console, including the contents of normal bundle, but features a unique storm grey or deep blue coloured console and matching controller. This costs £249.99 also.
FIFA 17 bundles are also on offer, with either 500GB or 1TB consoles, costing £249.99 and £299.99 respectively. Both include a download of the game, three Ultimate Team loan legends and one month of EA Access too.
With regards to accessories, there is the Xbox Elite Wireless Controller for £119.99, adapting to your play style and featuring a new D-pad as well. There are also new Xbox Wireless Controller Designs, starting at £49.99 for the Blue and £54.99 for the Dawn Shadow Special Edition. The Gears of War themed controllers start at £59.99 as well, and more controllers can be found on the Xbox website.
The Xbox Special Edition Stereo Headset is on offer too, providing a way to communicate with friends as well as listen to TV and movies. The white colour matches the console and controller and it costs £44.99.
Lastly there is the Black Xbox Wireless Controller and PC Bundle, giving a controller that can be used with either a wireless adapter or a USB charging cable. These bundles allow players to play seamlessly across both PC and Xbox and start at £44.99.
Which one of these bundles most appeals to you? Will you be getting one for yourself or a loved one?