Three out of four of these new bundles come with a free game out of the box, while the remaining one highlights the company's Netflix-like game subscription service, called Xbox Game Pass.
Like a fat kid at a buffet with rich food, PS4 players gobble up all the good games before any starving Xbox One players can even take a whiff, and even when Microsoft do get their hands on a tasty exclusive like We Happy Few, Sony nearly immediately snatch it and force them to share. Unfortunately, since that announcement, we haven't heard much.
"We're close, we're really close", said Spencer. I don't think everybody is taking that same approach to the ecosystem. "I have a little dashboard I go to and I can see all the games [and] where they are in getting approvals in the pipeline". We have to do this in partnership with partners, but we're still on track. "The games look great".
In addition, Spencer hopes that this feature will be available before the end of the year, just as planned. He also teased that the Xbox One X might have something special when it comes to backwards compatibility.
"There's some stuff we're going to talk about in that space in terms of how compatibility's going to work on [Xbox One] X specifically that I think people will find pretty interesting", he said.
At the moment, Microsoft has only confirmed Crimson Skies and Fuzion Frenzy as backward compatible titles.