Two New Xbox One Bundles Revealed, Both Launching This Month
Even more Xbox One bundles are coming very soon.
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The first is themed around Ubisoft's Rainbow Six franchise. As rumored, this $400 bundle comes with a 1 TB system and a copy of Rainbow Six Siege. It also features digital copies of Rainbow Six Vegas and Rainbow Six Vegas 2, playable on Xbox One through backwards compatibility.
It's shipping to retailers starting today and will be available across the world, except Belgium, China, France, Japan, and Netherlands.
The other new Xbox One bundle is called the "Name Your Game" bundle. This package comes with a 500 GB system and your choice of one of four Microsoft-published Xbox One games.
This $350 system starts shipping on January 12 in Australia, Germany, Ireland, Mexico, New Zealand, the UK. It comes to the US, Brazil, and Canada in late January.
These two systems add to Microsoft's lineup of existing Xbox One bundles. Others already available come with Fallout 4 + Fallout 3, Rise of the Tomb Raider + Tomb Raider Definitive Edition, Gears of War Ultimate Edition, and FIFA 16, among others. You can see all the bundles here on the Xbox website.
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