Microsoft has this week announced the Xbox One Elite Bungle, featuring a brand new console that is said to be 20 per cent faster than the current Xbox One, featuring a 1TB solid state hybrid hard drive and the new Elite controller that was announced back at E3 this year.
The whole bungle will be priced at $500 in the US, no international pricing has been revealed yet.
The new SSHD is faster because it will “stores frequently accessed files on a solid state partition and optimizes system performance so you can get to the action up to 20 percent faster from energy-saving mode,” Microsoft said in a news release.
The Elite Xbox One wireless controller will also be included, featuring interchangeable paddles and hair-trigger locks, it allows users to customise their trigger minimum and maximum, thumbstick sensitivity and button arrangements.
In the US the Xbox One Elite Bungle will be sold exclusively through GameStop and Microsoft stores in November, if you prefer to just get the new Elite controller you can grab that in October for $150.
Microsoft also announced a Lunar White version of the Xbox One controller, featuring a white, black and gold design with the new refinements and an “improved grip texture”, it will be available in the US from late September only at GameStop for $65.