Surprised? We aren’t. Titanfall has long been considered the key app for the Xbox One, and the results of the beta have only strengthened that notion. Microsoft isn’t one to pass on money, and since many to-be-purchasers have been waiting for the Titanfall scores to make their final decision, this Titanfall bundle makes perfect sense — especially for those hesitant day-one shoppers. Additionally, the expected price point for the bundle is $500, making it a hard one to beat.
If the image released is anything to go by, the bundle will presumably include the Xbox One system, a headset, Titanfall and 1 month of Xbox Live Gold. Add some Mountain Dew, Cheetos and a phoned-in sick day, and you have yourself a great weekend.