Master Chief Collection Bundled With White Xbox One

A bundle including Halo: The Master Chief Collection and a white Xbox One? That is one heck of a deal. Microsoft will, most assuredly, have this bundle made available in the United States right? Not so fast, Spartan. 

The above picture was taken at the Brazil Game Show this week and, according to Microsoft representatives on site, Kotaku Brazil first broke the news that there are no plans to release this bundle anywhere outside of Brazil and, perhaps “additional select markets” potentially. 

The bundle will include a white Xbox One, matching controller and Halo: The Master Chief Collection (launching November 11th) that features the first four Halo games along with early access to the Halo 5Guardians multiplayer for R$2000 (about $830). 

This bundle might not make it stateside but for those interested in jumping onboard with the Xbox One there are other options available aside from the standard black console. One of these is the upcoming Sunset Overdrive bundle ($399 – releases October 28th). It will feature a white Xbox One, controller and Insomniac Games Sunset Overdrive included. The Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare bundle ($499 – releases November 3rd) will also be available next month featuring a specially branded Xbox One, custom controller and the Day Zero edition of Advanced Warfare. The system also includes a whopping 1 TB hard-drive. There is a bevy of potential choices from the usual black finish it seems. Perhaps Microsoft will reconsider and either push this to the United States or, maybe, release a Halo 5 themed Xbox One bundle. 

Source: Kotaku


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