Sony’s first PlayStation 4 to come with 1TB of internal storage is upon us. Predictably, it’s set to arrive as part of a bundle – that’s the good news. The bad news? The design of the limited edition console likely won’t please everyone.

The PlayStation 4 in question is part of the recently announced Call of Duty: Black Ops III Limited Edition PlayStation 4 Bundle. It features orange outlines on a black chassis complete with three orange emblems on the front, each representing a game mode. The SOG Skull is for campaign mode, the Winslow Accord faction logo represents multiplayer mode and “the mark” is a nod to zombie mode.

The bundle also includes the standard edition of Black Ops III, a bonus multiplayer map and a grey DualShock 4 controller with orange accented D-pad and thumbsticks. Sony says the controller will also be sold as a standalone item.

Sony revealed during its E3 press briefing in June that it had secured exclusive rights to the Call of Duty series, a position that Microsoft had enjoyed since 2007. The deal means DLC will arrive on Sony’s console a full 30 days before finding its way to other platforms.

The Call of Duty: Black Ops III Limited Edition PlayStation 4 Bundle is set to arrive on November 6 priced at $449.99.

Setting aside your opinion of Call of Duty for a moment, what are your thoughts on the console’s color scheme? Personally, I prefer the white PS4 included in the Destiny bundle.