Microsoft will launch a white and 1TB version of Xbox One

Xbox One X console with controller
Xbox One X console with controller

Microsoft officially announced during its Gamescom keynote in Germany that this holiday season there will be a white version of Xbox One, console that was only limited to Microsoft’s employees, who worked on the next-gen video game console. The white Xbox One will release bundled with Sunset Overdrive, with a white controller, of course, and it will be available for purchase on October 28 for $399, which also means that it won’t include the Kinect sensor.

There is another bundle that the company announced too: this is the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare limited edition console. This bundle will include a copy of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, matching controller, and it will ship with a stunning 1TB internal hard drive, which doubles the traditional 500GB hard drive found in all other consoles. The Xbox One Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare limited edition will be available for purchase on November 3 for $499, also without Kinect.

Finally there is a third bundle, this is the Xbox One FIFA 2015 bundle. This bundle includes an Xbox One console, controller, headset, a digital copy of FIFA 2015 and an Ultimate Team Legends Gold Pack. This bundle will only be available in Europe for 400 EUR.

Now for the U.S. Microsoft has also a bundle, but it will include a digital copy of Madden 15, instead of FIFA 15 for obvious reasons, and it’ll ship on August 26. Now everyone is happy!

You can pre-order the white Xbox One from Amazon and the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare limited edition at the Microsoft online store. You can also pre-order at any authorized retailer in your region; pre-orders will be available while supplies last.

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