This week is all about bundles for Microsoft. More exciting news comes today as Microsoft unveils two new Xbox One Gears of War bundles. So, grab your controllers because it is time to break a sweat. It is time to get your skills in gear for war. Microsoft has announced the release dates for their new Xbox One Special Edition Gears of War bundles.
The news was announced this morning as game companies prepare for the holiday sales quarter. The latest, in a series of bundle announcements, offers limited edition designs. It comes with a fine set of early release perks for Gears of War fans. Last July, Microsoft introduced the Xbox One Gears of War: Ultimate Edition bundle, currently in stores now. Check out the E3 trailer below.
Their latest bundle, The Xbox One Special Edition Gears of War Bundle, will feature a 500GB Cirrus White console and controller. The bundle will also include a full-game download for Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, the Superstar Cole multiplayer skin, and early access for the highly anticipated Gears of War 4 Beta.
Players, looking for some extra gaming practice this fall, can choose between two new bundles. The first bundle, the Xbox Special Edition Gears of War Bundle, is expected to start at $349. It is to be sold exclusively at Walmart in the United States starting this November. The second bundle, the Xbox One with Kinect Bundle, will be available in October for $499. It will feature Kinect for Xbox One, as well as, full-game downloads for Dance Central Spotlight, Kinect Sports Rivals and Zoo Tycoon.
Players will have to be patient as Gears of War 4 early access beta will be available in Spring of next year. Players can expect a rebuilt Gears of War game with 1080p, 60FPS and competitive multiplayer modes. There are 19 maps and six game modes, including five never released game chapters. Fans and newcomers can expect a great value from Microsoft’s newest announcement.
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