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Official word came down from Xbox Devices Margeting General Manager Matt Lapsen, who explained that there will be a couple of Xbox One S bundles available for Battlefield 1, giving folks the chance to tackle the game's campaign and 64-player multiplayer matches via Microsoft's latest addition to the console roster. Take a look at the promo below.
In case you're wondering what sets this bundle apart from the pack, well, for starters, it's the most ooh-rah-inducing "military green" console on the market. The fact that it boasts a 1TB hard drive is obviously another plus. The kit includes a matching controller, with the announcement going on to fire a shot across the bow of Sony by mentioning it boasts a 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player and video streaming. In case you missed the Sony press conference last week, that 4K Blu-ray player will actually be absent from the PlayStation 4 Pro console, something that's created quite a bit of negative buzz. High Dynamic Range gaming is also part of the equation, though that's pretty much to be expected of all home consoles moving forward.
On top of all of that, you'll be getting a copy of Battlefield 1, but this will actually be the Early Enlister Deluxe Edition. That particular version of the game will allow you to dive into the upcoming Battlefield 1 three full days earlier than the rest of the world, beginning Oct. 18. Also included in that version of Battlefield 1 will be the Red Baron Pack, Lawrence of Arabia Pack, Hellfighter Pack and five additional Battlepacks.
The Xbox One S bundle just described will launch on Oct. 18 for $349 and can be pre-ordered now. Included in your purchase will be a one-month subscription to EA Access, too, which allows you to play a wide array of EA games under a single subscription price.
The second version of the bundle will feature a standard white Xbox One S featuring a 500GB hard drive and a regular copy of the game. That bundle can be yours starting Oct. 21 for $299.