Video gamers interested in playing Fallout 4 who haven't yet bought an Xbox One might want to put the following on their Christmas list: a 1 TB Xbox One Fallout 4 bundle.
Microsoft announced the new console bundle Friday with plans to release it on November 10 — just in time for the holiday season.
Although the bundle isn't cheap ($399), it does feature what will probably be the hottest game of the year, Fallout 4. And Microsoft didn't stop there: those who purchase the bundle also get a copy of Fallout 3.
According to IGN, the 1 TB Xbox One Fallout 4 bundle will be available in the following countries: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel, Italy, New Zealand, Norway, Russia, Singapore, Slovakia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, U.K., U.S., Saudi Arabia, South Africa and the United Arab Emirates.
The Fallout 4 Xbox One bundle also comes with an Xbox One wireless controller and a 14-day Xbox Live Gold trial. The bundle is now available for pre-order on Microsoft's website.
With Fallout 4 requiring a massive 28 GB on Xbox One, it's probably a good idea to get the 1 TB model because eventually, you'll need even more space, thanks to constant updates Bethesda promises for the game. That's in addition to any DLC offered by the developer for the title.
There's not much information out there about Fallout 4's story, but that is an intentional oversight on Bethesda's part.
"I would be stunned if we said anything else about the story ever again [prior to launch]," said Pete Hines, Bethesda's Vice President of PR and marketing. "We're going to let everybody experience that in the game as much as possible. But there are certain trade-offs you have to make to build some amount of awareness to what the game is offering, so you're willing to make some sacrifices."
Here's the official synopsis for Fallout 4:
"Welcome to Fallout 4, a world destroyed by nuclear war and where every second is a fight for survival. As the sole survivor of Vault 111, you must rebuild and determine the fate of the Wasteland. Do whatever you want in a massive open world full of hundreds of locations, characters, and quests. Join forces with others vying for power or go it alone. It's all up to you."
The developer also released details about the game's perks system, which Bethesda expanded from previous titles in the Fallout franchise.
Fallout 4 arrives on November 10. Until then, gamers can get their Fallout fix with Bethesda's related mobile game, Fallout Shelter.