Xbox One X Won't Include Free Kinect Adaptor

Xbox One X Won't Include Free Kinect Adaptor

The Xbox One X is already available for pre-order and is slated to arrive on November 7.

Microsoft will not be offering free Kinect adapters for those who purchase an Xbox One X as it initially did for those who upgraded to an Xbox One S a year ago.

Also available at the same $279/£229/€279 price point is the Xbox One S Starter Bundle, which packages the console with 3 months of Xbox Live Gold and 3 months of Xbox Game Pass, or the Xbox One S Ultimate Halo Bundle, available exclusively in the USA at Walmart for $279. But you have to, at least, take a look at the new Xbox One S bundles Microsoft as in offer. This bundle comes to every market where Xbox One devices are sold save the following list: China, South Korea, India, Japan, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, and Sweden. This bundle has the Xbox One S packed with a 500GB hard drive, Xbox Wireless Controller, 3 months of Xbox Live Gold, 1 month of Xbox Game Pass, and a download code for Rocket League.

Next up is the Xbox One S Rocket League Blast-Off bundle. Unfortunately, if you live in the United States, this bundle will not be available.

Microsoft will not offer a free Kinect adaptor with Xbox One X's launch.

The Minecraft package brings 3 months of Xbox Live Gold and 1 month of Xbox Game Pass.

Right now, you can pre-order the Xbox One X and get Forza Motorsport 7, Halo 5 Guardians and Quantum Break for £449.99, the same price you'll find the console available on its own at most other retailers at the moment. But, you do obtain the one-month subscription for Xbox Game Pass.