Xbox and EA Sports are now offering Xbox One S FIFA 17 bundles packed with a bunch of special offers that will guarantee players with the ultimate football sports gaming experience. Plus, with the new bundles, players can actually get access to “FIFA 17” five days before the highly anticipated video game hits the market. How’s that for early access?
Earlier today, Microsoft dropped a bombshell at Gamescom 2016 when it announced the new Xbox One S FIFA 17 bundles, which are going to be available starting Sept. 22, IGN has learned. On its official Twitter account, Xbox also shared the good news about the bundles, tweeting: “Own every moment on the pitch with the #XboxOneS #FIFA17 [E] 500GB Bundle.”
Xbox One S is Microsoft’s upcoming gaming console, and what better way to purchase one than to buy a bundle that also includes a highly anticipated video game and other special offers? The Xbox One S FIFA 17 bundles' components are listed on the Microsoft Store. For the 500GB hard drive version of Xbox One, the bundle includes an Xbox wireless controller, full game download of “FIFA 17,” 3 FIFA Ultimate Team Loaned Legends, 1 month EA Access subscription and a 14-day Xbox Live Gold trial.
On the other hand, the 1TB Xbox One S FIFA 17 bundle comprises the console with 1TB hard drive, an Xbox wireless controller, full game download of “FIFA 17,” 3 FIFA Ultimate Team Loaned Legends, 1 month of EA Access subscription, a 14-day Xbox Live Gold trial and an Ultimate Rare Player Pack.
The 500GB bundle is going to be available for $299, while the 1TB bundle will cost $349, with Xbox noting on its official website that the latter’s price will vary per region. Speaking of regions, the Xbox One S FIFA 17 bundle will only launch in the United States, Europe, Canada, New Zealand and Australia.
While the bundles already come with full game download of “FIFA 17,” players who want to access the game ahead of its fall release without having to buy the new Xbox console can rely on EA Access to play the upcoming FIFA series installment five days before its Sept. 27 release. What’s more is that EA Access gives players access to a collection of EA titles, so subscribers can also play other upcoming games like “Madden NFL 17,” “NHL 17” and “Battlefield 1” ahead of their releases.
Apart from getting access to “FIFA 17” prior its launch, players who will buy the bundles will also be the first owners of Microsoft’s newest console, the Xbox One S. The console has a 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player and features 4K video streaming as well as HDR support for video gaming for the ultimate entertainment experience.