New Xbox One X bundle with games offered on eBay

(Reuters/Lucy Nicholson)A Microsoft Xbox video game logo is seen at the Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3,in 2015.

Gamers who want to upgrade their home consoles or who are simply looking to take their gaming experience to the next level can do so with a tempting deal online.

According to a report from VG24/7, an eBay listing is offering a cool bundle, featuring the Xbox One X console and some other interesting items. The bundle, which comes from NewEgg's store, comes with the gaming console with a 1 TB hard drive, an Xbox One X controller, and two games, namely, "Destiny 2" and "Grand Theft Auto V" (GTA V) all for $500 USD.

The report noted that the bundle was not the best that has been offered online since the console was released, but it is currently the best available. Moreover, the bundle can only be shipped within the U.S. The two titles included in the bundle have built their own respective followings. Gamespot noted that though "GTA V" was released way back in 2013, it still remains to be one of the most popular titles from Rockstar Games, especially with the release of the "GTA Online" version.

As for "Destiny 2," the game is continuing to receive updates, considering that the title was released just last year. Back in February of this year, game developer Bungie announced in a blog post that they had to delay the launching of some features for "Destiny 2."

These include the reduction of duplicate Exotic drop rates, as well as unique rewards for Nightfall Strikes, among others. The developer opted to push the release of the features to March 27. These new features will be part of the 1.1.4 update rollout.

"With today's update we've moved a few items out to later releases – this is because we are trying to ensure each feature we add hits a sufficiently high quality bar," explained Bungie. "So while we really wanted to get Nightfall Strike Unique Weapons into your hands next week to coincide with Nightfall Scoring, it's more important that each of those rewards live up to the difficulty it will take to earn them," their statement added.