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Fallout 4 Xbox One bundle announced with some extra perks

Microsoft has announced a Fallout 4 Xbox One bundle, which comes with some new functionality.

Another day, another Xbox One bundle it seems these days. But this one has particularly piqued our interest.

The Xbox One Fallout 4 bundle is the latest offer from Microsoft, packing together the new 1TB Xbox One console, a physical copy of Fallout 4 and also a digital download of Fallout 3.

What’s great about the latter is that you’ll be able to play it on your shiny new console, thanks to the incoming Xbox One backwards compatibility feature.

“And don’t forget, Fallout 4 players will be able to play PC mods free, first on Xbox One,” explained the Xbox Wire blog post.

The Xbox One Fallout 4 bundle will cost $399, which we assume equates to the normal £369 bundle price here in the UK when it launches in November.

Fallout 4 is coming to Xbox One, PS4 and PC on November 10.

Related: Best Xbox One Games 2015

It’s been quite a busy week for Xbox One bundles, with Microsoft announcing four other bundles this week.

Here’s all the bundles that have been confirmed this week:

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