Xbox One Holiday Bundle Includes Gears Of War, Rare Replay And Ori & The Blind Forest

That's an awful lot of bang for your buck, assuming you're interested in those games.

Posted By | On 29th, Sep. 2015

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Xbox One is apparently pulling out all the stops when it comes to Holiday bundles this year. The company announced earlier this week it would be unveiling its offerings, which go on sale in October. One bundle  bundle that has already been revealed is very Tomb Raider-centric. Another bundle just announced comes with what could be thought of as a ton of games, across a rather wide range of genres.

Carrying a price tag of $399, the bundle was announced on Major Nelson’s main site. It comes complete with a 1TB Xbox One, as well as the Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, Ori & The Blind Forest, and a digital code of the Gears of War collection on the Xbox 360. But wait … there’s more. The bundle also comes with the Rare Replay. This is a package of 30 different games that were all developed by Rare. In short, this particular bundle is certainly worth the price, should you happen to be a fan of most of these games.

Granted, this bundle could also be called the “remastered bundle” considering the content, but it’s still an interesting offer to basically get the larger hard drive version of the Xbox One alone with more than 30 games. The bundle also includes the souped up Xbox One wireless controller with 3.5mm headset jack. This is actually the second of  three Xbox One Holiday bundles announced and the third one will be unveiled tomorrow. This particular Xbox One Holiday bundle is set to launch on October 28, 2015 and will carry an MSRP of $399.


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