The multiplayer reveal isn't the only Call of Duty news coming out of Gamescom this week. Microsoft announced a partnership with Activision and Sledgehammer Games that will package the popular first-person shooter with their newest console. If you're looking to get into the CoD community and don't yet own an Xbox One, for only $499.99 you can preorder a console bundle at select retailers.
Releasing November 3rd, the console will feature a 1TB hard drive (double the current storage), sound effects from Call of Duty Advanced Warfare, a custom designed controller described as looking "like an artifact from the technologically advanced, cutting-edge battlegrounds of the future," and a copy of the game itself.
Players will receive a digital copy of the game with 24 hour early access and double XP, the AK-12 G Assault Rifle, and the Crossbow B2. You'll also have a chat headset and HDMI cable, which is included with every Xbox One.
As a bonus, those who purchase will receive in-game bonuses. Players will get the Digital Personalization Pack, Limited Edition Exoskeleton, a bullet brass Exoskeleton, and the EM1 Quantum custom energy weapon.