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Microsoft Announces FIFA 17 Xbox One Bundle

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Microsoft has unveiled their newest Xbox One S bundle, a package that comes with a copy of FIFA 17.

The FIFA 17 Xbox One S bundle is coming to the US, Canada, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand on September 22. For those furrowing their brows, yes that’s five days before FIFA 17’s North American release date. Gamers who purchase the bundle will get to step onto the pitch almost a week before everyone else.

The bundle comes with a digital copy of FIFA 17, three Ultimate Team Loan Legends, and one month of EA Access. The system in this package comes with either a 500GB hard drive for $299 USD or a 1TB hard drive for $349. The 1TB version also includes an Ultimate Team Rare Player Pack.

EA Access unlocks The Vault, a collection of free EA titles. Players also receive 10 percent savings on all EA digital purchases, including FIFA points to construct a FIFA Ultimate Team. Gamers also get the chance to play upcoming titles like NHL 17 and Battlefield 1 for a limited time before they are released, and they can even keep the progress made while trying these games out if they decide to purchase them.

The Xbox One S is 40 percent smaller than the standard Xbox One and comes with an internal power supply. The system also offers High Dynamic Range—which allows players to experience more vibrant colors and a higher contrast ratio between light and dark visuals—a 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player, 4K video streaming support, and a growing collection of Xbox 360 backwards compatibility titles. The Xbox One S has a new controller as well: featuring textured grip for improved comfort, a new thumbstick, improved wireless signal, and Bluetooth support.

Gamers who want to get their hands on the new system but don’t want to wait until September can purchase the Madden 17 bundle, which will be available August 23.

For all of your FIFA, Madden, and Xbox One news, SGO has you covered.

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