There's also an Xbox One S Rocket League Blast-Off Bundle that's available in only a very small number of places. It will be available to purchase at local retailers in select markets for £229 GBP / €279 Euro. However, as Greenberg revealed, that program will not be reinstated for the launch of Xbox One X, as it had already even ended for Xbox One S purchasers. Last but certainly not least, is the Xbox One S Ultimate Halo bundle that will again come with a 500GB console, and will offer a full download of Halo: 5 Guardians and Halo: The Master Chief Collection. But, you do obtain the one-month subscription for Xbox Game Pass. You can pick up this bundle for $279 United States dollars / £229 GBP / €279 Euro at local retailers in select markets. The bundle does not include the 3 months of Xbox Live Gold; instead, you only get the 14-day free trial. As the upcoming gaming console comes with a high price tag, such an offer may bait more people into going for it, especially since its release is just around the holidays.
Xbox One X is set to release on November 7, 2017, with a 1 TB model that will cost you a premium price (at least for consoles) of $499 Dollars.