Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and Sunset Overdrive Get Kick Ass Xbox One Bundles

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Folks upset about potentially having to buy an Xbox One to play the holiday 2015 exclusive Rise of the Tomb Raider may not feel too bad about the thought of forking over more cash for a new console after getting a load of these new bundle offerings set to land on store shelves this fall. I’m not in the market for an Xbox One at the moment, but even I’m tempted to get one of these bad boys.

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At the $400 price point, the Sunset Overdrive special edition bundle features a sleek white Xbox One console and wireless controller, a digital copy of the game and all Day One Edition bonus DLC. Just look at that console. It’s so clean, so classy, even sitting on the lap of a hideous mutant. Pre-order now to secure your Sunset Overdrive bundle ahead of the October 28th launch.

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Bump your budget up to $500 for the limited edition Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare bundle. This sucker contains a custom designed “Sentinel Task Force” Xbox One console outfitted with a whopping 1TB hard drive. The bundle also includes a matching wireless controller, an online chat headset, a digital Day Zero Edition copy of the game, and bonus in-game sound effects and content. The Advanced Warfare Xbox One bundle is now available to pre-order for release on November 3rd. The custom Advanced Warfare controller is available to pre-order standalone for $64.99.

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