Four different Xbox One bundles, two without the Kinect Sensor, will be available to purchase in the Republic of Korea on September 23.
For 598,000 KRW (approximately $585 USD),the flagship Xbox Day One Bundle features the basics, such as the console itself, headset, HDMI cable, and power supply. Extras include the Kinect, "Day One" wireless controller, FIFA 15, and Dance Central Spotlight.
A Kinect-less FIFA15 Xbox One Day One Bundle includes the "Day One" wireless controller and a copy of the EA Sports title for 498,000 KRW ($487 USD). There's another Kinect-less bundle available with a copy of FIFA 15 for 498,000 KRW, while a vanilla Xbox One bundle that comes with the Kinect retails for 598,000 KRW.
Numerous titles confirmed for the region include Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Destiny, Assassin's Creed Unity, Sunset Overdrive, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, Forza Horizon 2, Fable Legends, Project Spark, Halo 5: Guardians, Killer Instinct 2, Ori and the Blind Forest, and many more.
Microsoft began offering the Xbox One without the Kinect across all active markets in June. Freeing the console from the compulsory sensor gave a 10 percent boostto the system’s graphics processing unit that was reserved for Kinect functionality.
The Xbox One will also be available to purchase in China on September 23 following the country’s lift of its 14-year-long console ban. Its release in the region is a result of Microsoft's partnership with home entertainment company BesTV during the establishment of the Shanghai Free Trade Zone last September.
Microsoft also just revealed this week new bundles for North America and Europe, including a white console with Sunset Overdrive and a Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare-branded system.
Sourced Via IGN