If you’ve had your eyes on the Xbox One X game console, but weren’t exactly sold in its stark black color, Microsoft is looking to lighten the mood with a new release. The company today announced a new Xbox One X console available in Robot White.
This latest Xbox One X bundle includes a free downloadable copy of Fallout 76 and retains the same $499 price tag as the original Xbox One X. Microsoft says that the new bundle will only be available at the Microsoft Store and GameStop. Pre-orders open today and the console will begin shipping on November 14th — the same day as Fallout 76. If you pre-order the console, you’ll also be invited to hop in on Bethesda’s Break-It Early Test Application (BETA) to try out the game before its official release.
In addition to the new Robot White Xbox One X, Microsoft is releasing a matching Xbox One Elite wireless controller. Unfortunately, this is not a true next-generation design, but instead just a color update for the original Elite controller. That means that you’ll find the same hair trigger tocks and adjustable thumbtacks, but no support for Bluetooth or wireless connectivity with Windows 10 PCs — bummer. The Xbox One Elite controller in Robot White goes on sale October 16th priced at $149.99, and it too will be available only at the Microsoft Store and GameStop.
Rounding out the white-themed hardware releases it the Turtle Beach Elite Pro 2, which will be bundled with the Elite SuperAmp gaming audio controller. The Elite SuperAmp can be controlled via a mobile app, giving you full reign over your audio experience. The Elite 2 Pro + SuperAmp will be available in the United States starting September 16th priced at $249.