Microsoft is offering a blue-and-blue Xbox 360 in one of three different console bundles packed with multiple games, the company announced today.
The bundle launches will begin next week with a black Xbox 360 featuring a 500 GB hard drive. That package will include 2012's Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, 2013's Call of Duty: Ghosts and a month of Xbox Live Gold access, and will cost $249. A special edition version of that bundle will feature the blue Xbox 360 seen above, including a blue controller outfitted with "arctic blue" accents; that package will be available starting Oct. 7, exclusively in the U.S. at Walmart.
Microsoft's third Xbox 360 bundle for the fall is a Kinect-focused set. For $249, customers will receive a 4 GB Xbox 360, a Kinect sensor, a month of Xbox Live Gold and three games: Kinect Adventures!, Kinect Sports and Forza Horizon. The bundle will be available only in the U.S., and exclusively at Target.
We've reached out to Microsoft for more details on the bundles, and will update this article with any information we receive. The company is also offering a variety of Xbox One bundles, including ones with Madden NFL 15, Sunset Overdrive and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
Update: A Microsoft representative confirmed each bundle's release date to Polygon this afternoon. Both the Call of Duty bundle with the black Xbox 360 and the three-game Kinect bundle will go on sale Sept. 16. The Special Edition bundle with the blue console will be available Oct. 7.