[UPDATED] Xbox One X Battlefield V Gold Rush Special Edition and More Revealed at Inside Xbox Live at Gamescom

A brand new Battlefield V Xbox One X Special Edition (and two other bundles) were revealed at Xbox's Showcase at Gamescom 2018.

on August 21, 2018 11:23 AM

UPDATE: The Xbox One X is now available for pre-order via Microsoft Store; thankfully, we also got a much better image of the console that isn’t so green-tinted which you can see at the bottom of the article.


It isn’t a Gamescom Xbox conference without an announcement of new Xbox One bundles. Thankfully, the team in Cologne came prepared and showed up with three new bundles, all of them focused around the upcoming release of Battlefield V. However, the star of the show is undoubtedly the Xbox One X Battlefield V Gold Rush Special Edition.

Seen in the feature image above, the Gold Rush Special Edition shares a dark gold and silver color scheme to focus on the heroism and the colors of artillery. That color scheme transfers to the included controller, which sports a more metallic color.

The Gold Rush Special Edition Xbox One X will come with the following extras packed in:

  • Battlefield V Deluxe Edition
  • Battlefield 1943
  • 1 Month Xbox Game Pass
  • 14 Day Xbox Live Gold Trial
  • 1 Month EA Access

Meanwhile, the other two bundles are more standard fare. They are simply a bundled version of 1 TB Xbox One X or Xbox One S with the following items:

  • Battlefield V Deluxe Edition
  • 1 Month Xbox Game Pass
  • 14 Day Xbox Live Gold Trial

At the moment, we don’t have any idea how much any of these bundles will be coming out at or when pre-orders will be available. With that in mind, DualShockers will keep the website updated with any new information that comes available.

Battlefield V will be coming to PC, PS4, and Xbox One on October 11, 2018.

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