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New Battlefield V Bundles Announced for Xbox One X; ‘Company’ Trailer Released

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New Battlefield V Bundles Announced for Xbox One X; ‘Company’ Trailer Released

During Inside Xbox’s Gamescom presentation, Microsoft revealed that they will be releasing some Battlefield V bundles for Xbox One X and S. The 1TB Battlefield V “Gold Rush” edition comes with a custom gray and gold Xbox One X along with a matching gray controller.

During Inside Xbox’s Gamescom presentation, Microsoft revealed that they will be releasing some Battlefield V bundles for Xbox One X and S. The 1TB Battlefield V “Gold Rush” edition comes with a custom gray and gold Xbox One X along with a matching gray controller. The bundle will also come with a code with the Deluxe Edition of Battlefield V and a code for Battlefield 1943. Extra goodies include 1-month of EA Access along with 1-month of Xbox Game Pass and 14-day trial of  Xbox Live Gold. According to the official Xbox page for the bundle, the Gold Rush edition looks to be going for $499. An Xbox One S Battlefield V bundle is also on the way that appears that includes a standard console.

More Battlefield V reveals came in the way of new customization options for your Company in Tides of War. The reveal trailer went over all of the ways you could customize your company and weapons. Combat roles were also detailed to include four classes, the Recon, Assault, Medic and Support. Players can keep their distance with the Recon class and pick players off with a sniper rifle. If you are looking for a more close quarters experience than Assault may be up your alley. Medic, as it suggests, will have you keeping your company in the fight. The Support class will provide the heavy weapons and fortification options.

Battlefield V is looking to have a skewed release this fall, with Battlefield V launching on October 11 for members of EA Access and October 16 for Deluxe Edition holders. This all leads up to the full retail release of the game on October 19 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.

Ian has been addicted to games since he first got his grubby little hands on a Super Nintendo and Mega Man X. Once he beat his first boss? The deal was done. And even greater addiction? Writing about games and spreading unhealthy amounts of hype.P.S. Blame Chill Penguin

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