Today’s new Xbox One bundle might be the biggest yet, with Microsoft unveiling the Fallout 4 Xbox One Bundle. The set will arrive on launch day, November 10th, and contains a 1TB Xbox One console, a 3.5mm headset jack Xbox One controller, a copy of Fallout 4, a backwards compatible version of Fallout 3, and a 14 day Xbox Live trial.
The retail price for all of this is $399, giving you the usual savings on these sorts of Xbox One bundles. Pre-orders are already available through Microsoft, with other retailers likely to follow soon after. Whether this will be a tough to find bundle in unknown, so if you’re set on getting one, you might want to snatch it up quick.
This is a pretty odd bundle when you look behind the scenes of the gaming industry. Microsoft has had a lot of exclusive announcements for Fallout 4, including the Fallout 3 deal, as well as the PC mod support. However, PS4 will also have both of these features, with Bethesda not really taking a side. In fact, there won’t even be the usual DLC exclusivity deals that one might expect from a AAA game of this size.
Microsoft might not have an exclusive deal with Bethesda for Fallout 4, but they are certainly pushing the game as a big Xbox One experience. Whether fans will agree, and buy the game for Microsoft’s console will come down to what happens in November.
Microsoft previously promised a new Xbox One bundle every day this week, which they have easily lived up to with announcements of the Rise of the Tomb Raider Bundle, the Xbox One 1TB Holiday Bundle, the Xbox One The Lego Movie Videogame Bundle, and the two new bundles from yesterday.