Xbox One S Gears of War 4 special edition

Xbox One S now has a Gears of War 4 custom-designed limited edition console

The first-ever Xbox One S bundle features a Gear of War 4 theme, and you can preorder it now.

The new white Xbox One S gets customized with a special Gear of War theme for fans. Microsoft has introduced a special edition of the new small version of the game console, which the company unveiled at E3 2016.

The Xbox One S Gears of War 4 limited edition console comes with a metallic red color scheme, laser-etched scratches, and the iconic Crimson Omen logo.

In the first special edition of the console, Microsoft is bundling a 2TB hard drive, and one custom Xbox One Wireless Controller featuring the similar design as the console. It also comes with a code to download Gears of War 4 — game that will be available starting October 11th. The code will let you get access downloadable content, such as new multiplayer maps.

In addition, Gears of War 4 is part of the new Xbox One Play Anywhere program, which means that you’ll be able to play the game on your Windows 10 devices. (Remember that your PC must be running the Windows 10 Anniversary Update to take advantage of the program.)

The Xbox One S Gears of War 4 bundle cost $449, and Microsoft will only be offering it for a limited time while supplies last. In the case you need an extra controller, you’ll be able to pick up one for $74.99 starting September 13th.

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