If you still have yet to get your hands on a next-gen console, perhaps here’s something that could change your mind. According to a report from vgleaks (via GameSpot), it seems that Microsoft and Ubisoft could be planning some Xbox One bundles for the company’s upcoming game, Assassin’s Creed Unity.
Apparently there are two bundles in the works and were spotted on Austrian retailer Gameware’s website. One of the bundles includes a black 500GB Xbox One, a Kinect, a copy of Assassin’s Creed Unity, and a copy of Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag. This will retail for around €509.99.
The other bundle is basically the same except that it does not bundle the Kinect, so if you have no need for the Kinect, you can expect to pay less as it will be priced at €409.99, a good €100 cheaper. When GameSpot attempted to reach out to Microsoft for comment on the bundles, the Redmond company said that they had nothing to announce at this time.
Assassin’s Creed Unity has been pegged for a release on the 11th of November in the US and the 13th of November for PAL regions. The game has been designed for next-gen consoles and the PC in mind, so like we said, if you still have yet to purchase a next-gen console, perhaps this rumored bundle could be a good place to start.