Deals for Xbox One S video game console is getting a new look in celebration of Microsoft’s two popular video games. Special editions of “Battlefield 1” will come in grey, while “Gears of War 4” is finished on in dark blue. The two editions with 500 GB will cost $399 per bundle starting on Nov 1. “Gears of War” 1TB bundle is also available at $499. Both bundle also come in matching controller, but the game is in a form of digital download code.
Xbox One S’ new look comes to address the issue that Microsoft’s console has a similarity to Nintendo Wii. However, if you still want the original white finish, Xbox One S “Minecraft” bundle will be available for $399 on Nov 1.
A great deal for Xbox One fans is that Microsoft released six new Backwards Compatibility games. “Call of Duty: Black Ops 2” was reported to be added to the list, but was later recalled saying that there was an error in the post. Still, all hope is not lost as talk of its eventual inclusion was mentioned.
Three other games that were reported to be included in the Xbox Backwards Compatibility are “Puzzle Quest 2,” “Puzzle Quest Galactrix” and “Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed.” The racing game voted by more than 5,000 gamers, takes the longest time to download with 4GB in size. The two other games garnered 1,200 and 500 votes, respectively.
Other three games that were included in Xbox Backwards Compatibility games are “Guwange,” “Lost Odyssey” and “Toy Story 3.” Be reminded, though, that “Lost Odyssey” can only be played through a disc.
“Overwatch” Halloween update will see a new character named Sombra as reported by Express. This was spotted by a fan, but the site has now been removed. The games update was seen originally in the Xbox Store but it did not include a release date.