As spotted by Dutch and Danish members of NeoGAF, Microsoft has been advertising pre-orders for the bundle, which is said to be planned for release in September.
The bundle will include the Xbox One console, an Xbox One controller and copies of FIFA 15 and Forza Motorsport, with a recommended cost of €399.
There will also be a more expensive bundle, costing €499, which will also include a Kinect sensor and a copy of Dance Central Spotlight.
The Xbox One has only been released in select European countries to date - the Netherlands and Denmark are among the 'Tier 2' European countries still waiting for the console to officially launch this September.
It has yet to be confirmed whether these bundles will also be made available in the 'Tier 1' European countries where Xbox One is already available, or whether they are simply the Tier 2 equivalents of the FIFA 14, Forza 5 and Call Of Duty bundles made available in November 2013.
Earlier this year Microsoft announced plans to launch Xbox One in 26 new markets in September. The list of countries set to receive the console in that month is as follows:
Argentina, Belgium, Chile, Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Hungary, India, Israel, Japan, Korea, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Slovakia, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, UAE.