Microsoft and EA Sports have teamed up to bring gamers a new way to experience the upcoming Xbox One S in the form of a bundle. The two have announced that gamers can now pre-order the Xbox One S bundle at their leisure.

The Madden bundle will be available to gamers in the U.S. and Canada. Xbox One S’s Madden 17 bundle will include a 1TB hard drive, the full game download of Madden 17, more than half a dozen Madden Ultimate Team Pro Packs, and a month’s worth of EA Access. All of this will be priced at $349 USD / $449 CAD. As it’s for a limited time, gamers can purchase the Madden Xbox One S bundle and earn themselves a 20% off coupon at NFLShop.com.

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The Halo Collection Bundle will arrive on Aug. 23

Additionally, Microsoft announced a Halo Collection bundle for the Xbox One S. Gamers can choose between a 500GB model or a 1TB unit. The bundle comes with “matching Xbox Wireless Controller and five games between Halo 5: Guardians and Halo: The Master Chief Collection.

The 500GB and 1TB models will be available at participating retailers, which includes the Microsoft Store, in the U.S., Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. They will be available for $299 and $349, respectively. The 1TB option will be available in limited supply at certain Microsoft Stores and online at microsoftstore.com.

Microsoft said they will share more details about the 500GB and 1TB Xbox One S bundles for other markets next month. Both bundles will hit retailers on Aug. 23, a few weeks after the Xbox One S’s scheduled Aug. 2 release date. Those who are going to pick-up an Madden 17 Xbox One S bundle at GameStop will receive a physical copy of the game.

Xbox One S will be released this coming Aug. 2, and gamers who are looking forward to Madden NFL 17 can pick up the title on Aug. 23 for Xbox One and PS4.

Images courtesy of Microsoft.

 

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