Microsoft, makers of the Xbox One entertainment console and more, won’t be stopped from releasing as many Xbox One bundles as it possibly can. The company ended its week full of bundles with the reveal of just one more: the Fallout 4 Xbox One Bundle.

Beginning this November shoppers can pick up the Fallout 4 Xbox One Bundle from all major retailers, Microsoft said this morning in a blog post on Xbox Wire. The Fallout 4 Xbox One Bundle costs $399 and includes a 1TB of storage, double what the standard model Xbox One does at $349.99. At that price shoppers are getting the game at no additional cost, which is huge when you consider just how many people are excited for Fallout 4. Fallout 4 takes place in Boston and reveals more about the destruction of America by nuclear weapons. This game is bigger and better looking than any previous game in the series. Microsoft hasn’t painted or enhanced the console that users get in the Fallout 4 Xbox One Bundle in any way.

Offering a Fallout 4 bundle is a smart move for Microsoft. The company says it’ll be the only console bundled with the game this holiday season. That’s key as users need an Xbox One, PlayStation 4 or Windows PC to enjoy the game. Buyers also get a digital copy of the last game in the series, Fallout: New Vegas, at no additional charge. Fallout 4 launches on November 10th.

Microsoft announced a Xbox One Rise of the Tomb Raider Bundle and more earlier this week.