White Xbox One X Fallout 76 Bundle Announced, Plus White Elite Controller And Headset

Get it early at GameStop.

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Microsoft has announced that a special white version of the Xbox One X will be available for the first time, along with a pair of white hardware accessories. The console will come as part of the Xbox One X Robot White Special Edition Fallout 76 Bundle. The console will come with a matching white wireless controller, 1 TB of onboard storage, and a digital copy of Fallout 76. It will be available November 14, but you can pre-order one now from the Microsoft Store or GameStop for $500.

If you order it from GameStop, you can actually pick it up a month early, on October 15. The digital copy of Fallout 76 won't be playable until the game launches on November 14, but you will get access to the Fallout 76 beta that's scheduled to go live sometime in October.

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Microsoft also announced the Xbox Elite Wireless Controller - White Special Edition. It's a standard Xbox One Elite Controller, complete with a swappable D-pad and thumbsticks, customizable buttons, and rear paddles. You can pre-order one here for $150; it releases October 16. Finally, you can also pre-order a white version of Turtle Beach's Elite Pro 2 headset for $250. It releases September 16.

If you prefer your consoles in black, you can also pick up a black Fallout 76 bundle, releasing November 14. Fallout 76 represents the first time Bethesda has taken its post-apocalyptic series online. Every other person you encounter in the game will be controlled by a real person. You can find out more about the game in our article Fallout 76: Release Date, PvP, and Everything We Know.

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