These are all the Xbox One bundles announced at Gamescom 2018

This year's Gamescom event held in Cologne, Germany, saw Microsoft announce a new mobile app in beta form for Android and iOS to help you manage your subscription. Additionally, the company also unveiled a PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds variant of the Xbox Wireless Controller and added new effects to the Xbox Design Lab called shadow and camo.

In addition to those accessories, Microsoft has introduced new Xbox One bundles during the event, including the Shadow of the Tomb Raider bundle, which ships with an Xbox Wireless Controller, a digital copy of the action-adventure video game, 1 month of Xbox Game Pass, and 14 days of Xbox Live Gold. You can now pre-order the 1TB Xbox One S bundle for $299.99 or the 1TB Xbox One X package for $499.99. The bundle will hit stores on September 14.

If you're a fan of Forza Horizon 4, you may be delighted to know that the 1TB Xbox One S ($299.99) or 1TB Xbox One X ($499.99) Forza Horizon 4 bundle is now available for pre-order. The bundle includes a downloadable copy of Forza Motorsport 7 as well, with support for native 4K resolution and HDR. The bundle will be available in stores beginning on October 2.

Another offering announced at Gamescom 2018 is the Xbox One X Gold Rush Special Edition Battlefield V bundle, which comes with full-game downloads of the Battlefield V Deluxe Edition and the classic Battlefield 1943. It supports 4K resolution and HDR graphics. You can now pre-order the bundle for $499.99 and it will be available on October 16. There's also the 1TB Xbox One S or the 1TB Xbox One X Battlefield V bundle, which can now be pre-ordered for $299.99 and $499.99, respectively.

Finally, the Xbox One X Fallout 76 bundle is now available for pre-order, with its release date scheduled on November 14. On top of the Xbox Wireless Controller and a digital download of Fallout 76, the bundle includes a 1 month of Xbox Game Pass and 1 month of Xbox Live Gold.

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