Xbox One X News: Microsoft's white Forza Horizon 4 Bundle has just been revealed (Pic: MICROSOFT)
Last month Microsoft unveiled a brand new Xbox One X in white. Which for some, is a pretty big deal. Because not everyone likes the ultra black Xbox box.
However, at the time the new "Robot white" Xbox One X console was only available as part of a new package alongside Fallout 76, the new game from Bethesda Studios out November 14.
However, it looks like that's not the only white Xbox One X variant on the way after Windows Central discovered a second bundle on UK high street retailer, Argos.
According to Windows Central:
"Argos has posted a listing for a Forza-themed white console bundle, packing digital codes for Forza Horizon 4, alongside last year's Forza Motorsport 7."
You can see this deal by clicking here.
The Robot White Xbox One X is currently unavailable nation-wide, and it's not clear when the console will be available to the public.
Likewise, although the page has a "15 2018" release date listed, this is probably just a placeholder.
Although, with Fallout 76 having a November 14th release date, it could also be possible that the new bundle will be available immediately AFTER the launch of Bethesda's new wasteland game.
But the good news is that the store has given the new bundle a £449.99 price point, which is in line with other Xbox One X bundles currently available.
Also, sidenote: White console aside, you'll be getting arguably one of the best (if not, THE best, Xbox One exclusive going).
Xbox One X: The Verdict
The Xbox One X is vital if you want the best gaming experience you can on a console.
Even compared to last year's PS4 Pro, the console exceeds every expectation. The 4K image quality is largely better than its Sony competitor – especially in first party games like Forza 7.
This is likely due to the games being made to run in true 4K, rather than being 'checkerboarded' to run at the higher resolution.
It's simply amazing how the console manages to even make older games with no specific support for the Xbox One X look better.
Microsoft's claim that the console is worth it on old, 1080p TVs is also true – however, the difference in loading times and slight performance increases perhaps isn't worth the money to grab yourself the console.
If you want to future-proof your living room for the next 5 years and are keen on making the most out of a proper 4K setup, however, this is an essential purchase.