Fallout 76 Xbox One X Bundle Revealed, Release Date Set For November
Releasing November 14, 2019--$499.00 MSRP.
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During Microsoft's Inside Xbox livestream at Gamescom 2018, Bethesda's VP of marketing Pete Hines revealed the upcoming Xbox One X console bundle for Fallout 76. Releasing November 14 alongside Fallout 76 and priced $499.00 MSRP, the bundle will come packed with a 1TB Xbox One X, a copy of Fallout 76, one wireless controller, and one free month for both Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass--the console's digital gaming distribution service.
In Fallout 76, players will explore an online world with others as they craft materials, explore the locales of post-apocalyptic West Virginia, and fight other mutated creatures and rival vault dwellers. While Fallout series has traditionally been about the single player experience, 76 is set entirely within an online space where others will have to work together to survive. Fans of the series will have their first chance at playing the game this October with the upcoming beta, which has no specific release date.
This was one of multiple new Xbox One X bundles that was announced during Gamescom 2018. Just prior to the reveal of the Fallout 76 bundle, EA and Microsoft announced plans for the console bundle for Battlefield V, titled the Gold Rush bundle. Though similar to the Fallout 76 bundle, the Gold Rush package also includes a copy of Battlefield 1943--which was just made available via backwards compatibility.
For more info about Fallout 76 and the many other games we've seen during Gamescom 2018, check out all of our latest coverage on GameSpot's Gamescom 2018 hub page.
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