Xbox One S Minecraft Bundle Edition to Be Released, Here Are More Details [VIDEO]
Featuring the Xbox One edition of the highly acclaimed sandbox game, Minecraft, inclusive of over 230 skin contents, and an actual 500Gb Xbox One S console, Xbox fan boys who are currently in the lookout for a bargain with this revamp to the original Xbox One model will have to look no further than this. A perfect combination especially for existing or would be Minecraft fans, apart from being an Xbox gamer.
According to the news posted at Xbox Wire, the bundle is currently made available in both US and Canada for only $300. But this will also be followed by a European, Australian and New Zealand release on Oct. 11 and Nov. 1, respectively. On the other hand, there is no confirmation whether or not the same bundle will hit the Asian and Latin American shores in the future.
In a news from IGN, more contents will also be included in the bundle apart from the already mentioned 230 skin variations. The bundle will also have a 14-day trial of Xbox Live Gold, a beta code for the Windows 10 Edition of Minecraft, and a code, which will give users seven mash-up packs and three texture packs in-game. This give gamers more options to go wild in using their creativity.
Those who are currently playing or had played Minecraft on their Xbox 360 consoles may be able to transfer their creations to this upgraded version of the game should they consider of upping their experience when they move to Xbox One. This saves a lot of existing users a great deal of time and effort of having to start building their own creative worlds again from scratch.
Apart from the enhanced console's native 4K graphics display where they could play Minecraft, choosing to upgrade their gaming experience by opting for the Xbox One edition will also be benefited with a sandbox world that is 16 times larger than its previous version on the Xbox 360. That's a lot of added space for one's creativity to run wild for.
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