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Xbox One bundle includes 1TB hard drive, Call of Duty, and more

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There’s a new Xbox One console bundle coming in fall 2014 that upgrades the stock 500GB hard drive to a 1TB drive, as Microsoft’s Phil Spencer revealed during the company’s Gamescom press conference. There’s more to it than that, but storage-conscious gamers that have been holding off on an Xbox One may want to take another look.

Related: Get your first look at the multiplayer in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

It’s a Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare bundle that includes a custom-designed Xbox One console and controller, complete with COD-inspired sound effects. The set also includes a game download of Advanced Warfare‘s “Day Zero Edition,” which offers 24 hours of early access (with double XP in multiplayer) to the game, along with an assortment of digital goodies.

Pre-orders are open now for the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Xbox One bundle; you can grab one yourself for $500.

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