Tom Clancy's Rainbow Rix Siege, Xbox One

Two New Xbox One Bundles Available Soon

Two new Xbox One bundles will soon be available to players around the world. These bundles are perfect for those looking to pick up a new Xbox One with a little something extra on the side. Luckily, both of the new bundles are designed to provide something to two different kinds of gamers whether they base their purchase on price point, free titles, or other amenities.

Both new Xbox One bundles were announced on the Major Nelson site, thanks to Xbox’s Larry Hryb. The first of which is the Xbox One Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Bundle. This bundle includes a 1TB hard drive Xbox One system with a physical copy of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege. Additionally, the bundle comes with full game downloads of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Vegas and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Vegas 2. Also part of the bundle, players will receive an Xbox One Chat Headset, one wireless controller, and a 14-day trial of Xbox Live Gold. The Xbox One Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Bundles will cost $399, and it will release on January 12 according to its listing on Amazon.

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is latest entry in Ubisoft Montreal’s first-person team shooter. In Siege, players will take on others in close quarters combat with an emphasis on transforming environments during play. Teams will encounter massive destruction while avoiding traps, overcoming defenses, and rappelling into the fray. Team play is crucial to completing the objective in this title. Any FPS fan, especially those fond of Tom Clancy titles will surely find something to enjoy with the Xbox One Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Bundle.

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The two new Xbox One bundles coming soon [Image via Major Nelson]
The other Xbox One bundle announced is the Xbox One 500GB Name Your Game Bundle. This Xbox One bundles is just $349 and includes a 500BG Xbox One system, one controller, and the game of the purchaser’s choice from four select titles. Players can choose between Forza Motorsport 6, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, or Rare Replay as their free game in this bundle. The chosen game will be included in the bundle as a digital code. This code will be redeemable at Xbox.com/name-your-game where players will choose the title of their choice according to the Amazon listing. The Xbox One 500BG Name Your Game Bundle will start shipping on January 12 according to Major Nelson; however, the listing on Amazon is currently stating February 9.

Rise of the Tomb Raider, just one of the choices in the Xbox One 500GB Name Your Game Bundle, is great for players looking to adventure a digital world. Players take on the role of Lara Croft as she discovers ancient areas filled with puzzles. Croft finds herself in Siberia taking part in guerilla combat as she fights to survive ready for the next challenge. This cinematic adventure title is just one of the options in the bundle with the three other titles providing completely different types of gameplay.

Rise of the Tomb Raider, Xbox One
Lara Croft in Rise of the Tomb Raider [Image via Xbox.com]
Potential Xbox One owners and those already enjoying their Xbox One systems can look forward to a good year as 2016 marches on. On January 16, Xbox One players with an active Xbox Live Gold account can download Zheros for free. Right now, Xbox One owners can download and play Killer Instinct and Thief for free. Of course, many new titles are planned for the system throughout 2016 as well. As The Inquisitr reported, highly anticipated titles like Dishonored 2 and the next entry of the Dark Souls series will make its debut on the system this year. Players can expect Dark Souls 3, the first of the series on Xbox One, on April 12, 2016.

With the growing list of Games with Gold, the new titles expected in 2016, and the number of backward compatible Xbox 360 games playable on Xbox One, nearly any type of player should be able to find Xbox One game worth playing this year. Be sure to check out the full list of backward compatible Xbox 360 games on the official Xbox website.

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