Fallout 4 Xbox One bundle launches in November

Microsoft has announced it will be releasing a Fallout 4 Xbox One bundle that includes the game, as well as Fallout 3, and a 1TB Xbox One console. We think it's the ideal bundle for Vault Dwellers who plan to spend countless hours with the game.

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Microsoft has been revealing new Xbox One bundles this week, and today, the company has revealed one bundle we’re sure many of you have been waiting for: A Fallout 4 bundle.

The Xbox One Fallout 4 Bundle features a 1TB Xbox One console, an Xbox One Wireless Controller with 3.5mm headset jack, a copy of Fallout 4, and a download code for Fallout 3, which will be available to play with the console’s Backward Compatibility.

The Xbox One Fallout 4 Bundle will be available on November 10, when Fallout 4 releases, for $399.

Microsoft’s week-long reveals of Xbox One bundles included bundles that included Rise of the Tomb Raider, The Lego Movie Videogame, Gears of War: Ultimate Edition with a White Xbox One, and a special bundle that includes Gears of War, Rare Replay, and Ori and the Blind Forest.

But after seeing today’s bundle, we can certainly say Microsoft saved its best bundle for last considering just how highly anticipated Fallout 4’s release is.

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    October 2, 2015 6:53 AM

    Daniel Perez posted a new article, Fallout 4 Xbox One bundle launches in November

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      October 2, 2015 7:20 AM

      These bundles are just crap..."let's just throw in digital games and re-release the Sunset Overdrive Xbox with a different game! They'll eat it up!!" Give us more exclusive 1TB consoles like the Forza or Halo XBOne. I waited all week to see all these regular XBox bundles? Thanks. They had a real opportunity with the Tomb Raider bundle. Oh well.

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        October 2, 2015 7:27 AM

        You're getting a free game (or two in this case) on top of a console. So you're saving like $60. These are enticing to people who don't have a system yet.

        And people complained when consoles stopped coming with bundled games like with the SNES and so on.

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          October 2, 2015 7:48 AM

          Exactly. A Fallout-themed console could be neat, but just a 1TB console + game is worth the money for someone who doesn't already have the console.