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Microsoft announces new lineup of white coloured Xbox One X and Elite Controller

30 Aug 2018

Since most Xbox accessories are coloured in black, Microsoft has now announced it will be releasing a range of white consoles and controllers.  Microsoft announced via Xbox Wire that it will be releasing a white Xbox One X console bundled with Fallout 76, a white coloured Xbox One Elite controller and a white coloured Turtle Beach headset. Pricing for the devices has been posted below via a press release. 

  • Xbox One X Robot White Special Edition Fallout 76 Bundle: available for AU$649.00 / NZ$749.00 at select retailers from 2 October 2018
  • Xbox Elite Wireless Controller – White Special Edition: available for AU$199.95 / NZ$219.95 at select retailers from 30 October 2018
  • Turtle Beach’s new Elite Pro 2 + SuperAmp Pro Performance Gaming Audio System for Xbox One: more details on availability coming soon

You can get the above items in Australia at Microsoft Stores, JB Hi Fi and EB Games. In New Zealand, the following items will become available at Microsoft Stores, JB Hi Fi, EB Games, The Warehouse and Mighty Ape. All devices should be available to pre-order right now. 

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