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Cyberpunk 2077 Xbox One X Will Be the Last Limited Edition Xbox of the Generation

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Cyberpunk 2077 is set to arrive in September, but before that you can grab a limited edition Xbox One X colored in the game's blue and yellow techy designs. The console comes alongside several other accessories arriving in June, in addition to more accesories available now, all ahead of the game's September 17 launch. It also marks the final Limited Edition console for the Xbox One generation.

The Cyberpunk 2077 controller retails for $74.99. The console, meanwhile, has not been given a price yet, though it's been revealed that it includes a full game download for Cyberpunk 2077 which will be playable once the game releases, as well as a 1TB hard drive. Only 45,000 Cyberpunk 2077 consoles will be made and they'll only be available in select markets.

More Cyberpunk accessories are on the way too, including a matching charging stand for the controller, also available now for $49.99, and two hard drives colored similarly to the rest of the lineup. The HDDs come in sizes of 2TB or a whopping 5TB, running $89.99 and $149.99 respectively. They arrive in June like the console.

This may seem like a lot of tech for a console generation just months from being replaced, but Xbox has already promised that current generation accessories, like hard drives and controllers, will all be forward compatible with the Xbox Series X. That means you'll be able to take your new Cyberpunk controller with you to the next generation, though you'll miss out on some of the next-gen controller's features like an improved D-pad, trigger grips, and a share button.

As for the game itself, the industry is quickly becoming conditioned to expect almost universal delays, but for now at least, CD Projekt remains committed to the September 17 launch date


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