February 24th 2014 6:00 am PT

Stand By for the Titanfall Xbox One Special Edition Bundle

Today, we’re revealing a special offer to celebrate the launch of one of the most anticipated games of the new console generation, the Xbox One Titanfall Special Edition Bundle.

This bundle includes:

  • Standard Xbox One console and Kinect sensor
  • Standard Xbox One wireless controller
  • Standard Xbox One Chat Headset
  • Download code for a digital copy of “Titanfall”
  • One month Xbox Live Gold membership

The Xbox One Titanfall Special Edition Bundle will become available for at retail alongside the release of the Titanfall starting on March 11. Retail price is $499. It will be available in limited quantities in all markets where Xbox One is available.


For more about this special offer, including pre-order details, click here.

 Update: The Bundle is now available for pre-order at Amazon.com and the Microsoft Store

Titanfall, Xbox One By Larry Hryb, Xbox LIVE's Major Nelson

  • roozbeh, again

    I am gonna get this. Finally jumping in.

  • Adam Walters

    Here here!

    • Antony Lee

      Could not agree more, I have had three free games so far on my ps4 xbox one (nowt) but all the new comers get a price cut and a free game ;(

  • Killz

    This is awesome for the people without an Xbox One.

    • maxpowers

      but kinda sucks for the people who already have one

      • Killz

        Not really…. I see no problem with this cuz i have one already…. -_- (Getting Titanfall too)

  • Legion

    Speaking solely for myself, thank you for NOT including the spiffy controller and NOT making the console all dressed up and thank you for making it the same price as to entice fence-sitting people like myself to jump over the the nex gen. Everyone has their specific tastes in game and this year the two most interesting titles for me are Titanfall and Destiny. By putting the game in with a console, I have the opportunity to play what could be my most anticipated game of the year.

    So thanks for not adding all the glitz and glamour that the price would have to go up!

  • spawn026

    so glad ms is slapping early adopters in the face. Price cuts happen but not 3 months after launch. I was a huge ms fan for the xbox and 360 but they are really messing with their supporters this time round

  • Royvin

    I’m I the only one around here who isn’t but hurt about being an early adopter? I’m a Day One owner myself and have no problems with Microsoft doing this. This is the price we pay for wanting to be next gen and play all the new games like Forza 5, Ryse and Dead Rising 3. We are entitled to nothing, Microsoft owes us nothing. If your that unhappy sell your Xbox and go buy a PS4.

    • spawn026

      I already have a ps4. Its not a matter of being owed its a matter of showing your gratitude to those of us who believed in the system before everyone else did. I’m sorry but if you don’t see the level of disrespect ms just showed early adopters then your just in denial.

      • Royvin

        Not in denial whatsoever I have enjoyed my Xbox One since the day it came out. A free game to me is not worth the fun I have had playing my games for it. Sure we would all love a free copy of Titanfall but to be upset about this as much people are is ridiculous. They will still get my $60 for the game and many others it’s the price we pay for being an early adopter.

      • Tim

        I understand why people are pissed, I only wish they’d be more straightforward and honest. Early adopters are preaching loyalty and respect, that Microsoft has wronged them when it’s really just about being upset they missed this deal – meaning they didn’t get the “free” thing and now they’re sad – it’s as simple as that. It’s not about respect. It’s just the luck of the draw. I bought COD full price for Games on Demand and a month later it was 33% off. I was annoyed, but there was nothing I could do about it. MS didn’t know when I would buy it, and I wasn’t owed anything. A sale like that is even less obvious than the fact that this bundle was coming.
        I do sympathize, but I feel those who are really “loyal” are just happy to have their Xbox. I hate defending a massive corporation, but in this case it’s just an inevitable situation. And somewhere down the line, if people make enough noise, MS will probably give something to early adopters.

        • maxpowers

          it wasn’t like this with the xbox 360 , when it first came out it was 399 for a whole year before any bundles

  • Carnage Rules

    Will this bundle be available in major retail stores like Target or just Amazon, Best Buy, Gamestop, and the Microsoft store?

  • Tim

    I reject the idea that people who waited for a bundle like this are somehow less loyal to Xbox or gaming. Some people might just not have had the money for a day one release, and them not having the money doesn’t reflect upon their loyalty – them buying this, them benefitting from an either purposeful decision to wait for this, or the fact that Microsoft really wants to move this particular game, does not make them any less devoted to gaming or Xbox. It’s nothing more than the luck of the draw. The benefit of being an early adopter is getting it first, having the awesome experience of being a part of that day-one release. You weren’t impatient as some would suggest, but you’re also no more loyal than people who get it later. This is a misconception that breeds entitlement. The people who buy this bundle are still paying $500! It’s not like a bunch of casual gamers came along, noticed this deal, and suddenly thought: Oh I’ll get that now! Most of the people who get this are just as diehard, just fortunate to get the “free” game. The people who this actually sucks for are those that bought their Xbox One a few weeks ago. For them, it stings most I imagine. But unfortunately this is the environment we live in, and we just have to make sure we love the thing we’re getting when we get, completely aware that we may miss out on a deal the very next day.

  • http://Site.com Gedalya

    Xbox Live sent me two messages for beta access. So, I have two codes?

  • Digiadam

    Wait wait wait…….

    Titanfall has no single player? Who’s idiotic idea was that? No interest whatsoever in the game now.

  • Death Dealer

    Good, now that I know there are going to be codes for TitanFall, I’m going to wait until they pop on eBay for cheaper prices than the Store offers. Nice bundle!

  • maxpowers

    thank you Microsoft , for making all your loyal fans who got the x1 day one edition feel cheated ….

    i get it u guys just want to make money , but really 3 months after u release a system your gona come out with a titan fall bundle , oh boy I cant wait to see what happens when u guys release a new system

    • Killz

      U mean a slim Xbox One?

  • MacUser1986

    Hey Major can we please get a confirmation that Titanfall will be availble day one as a download?

  • nitron1911

    whats the big deal people complaining about not having a painted controller and system? i personally am glad to be getting the plain black system and controller with this bundle

  • Fernando

    Major, Microsoft Brasil still hasn’t confirmed any info on this bundle around here. Hope you’re standing by this availability “in all markets where Xbox One is available”. I was finally buying my Xbox One this week when I saw this. It’s becoming so hard to wait just this little longer…