Microsoft has announced it will be releasing a new holiday Xbox bundle. The bundle tagged the Xbox Series S – Hunter Gilded Bundle will include the Xbox Series S, a controller, 9 x in-game cosmetics, and virtual currency for three popular games Fortnite, Fall Guys, as well as Rocket League. While the three titles are free-to-play, the virtual currencies will let gamers enjoy them better.
For Fortnite, the free cosmetics are the Hunter Saber Outfit and Saber Fang pickaxe, both of which have multiple styles, and The Hunt Begins Wrap. The bundle will also include with the Fennec Car, Huntress Decal, Orange Hexphase Boost, and Titanium Asto CSX Wheels. Also, the Gilded Hunter Pack for Fall Guys will have Falltron Ultra Costume, Falltronic Emote, and Falltronic Nameplate. Each of the titles will come with 1,000 worth of virtual currency that users can spend on everything from their favorite items, costumes, colors, patterns, and upgrade their season pass.
The new Xbox bundle will cost $299. However, the offer is only available while stock lasts as Microsoft will only produce a limited number of the bundle. As a result, interested users will do very well to place an order for it as early as possible. By the way, users should not forget that the Xbox Series S is Microsoft’s digital games only console.
That is not all! Microsoft is offering users an even better value if they purchase the Xbox All Access. Apart from the bundle – and all the features it offers, the Xbox All Access plan will provide users with the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for 24 months. The Game Pass Ultimate will enable users to access hundreds of games, including new releases. The Xbox All Access is available from $24.99 a month for 24 months.
Microsoft will release Xbox Series S – Gilded Hunter Bundle on November 29. However, the game is currently available for pre-order on Microsoft Store, Best Buy, and other select North American retailers.
In other news, Xbox head Phil Spencer recently revealed he is open to keeping Call of Duty on PlayStation consoles amid Microsoft’s attempts to acquire Activision Blizzard.