A new Xbox One model with a 1 terabyte hard drive is to be announced and released next week during E3, according to an Amazon leak. The listing which has since been pulled, said the console would be available in the US from Monday 15 June.

Monday is the same day as Microsoft's E3 press conference, indicating that they will pull a similar move to five years ago when they released the Xbox 360 slim during the Los Angeles trade show. According to the listing the new SKU will cost $399 - the same as the existing 500GB one - and include a controller and a copy of Halo: The Master Chief Collection.

The listing does not indicate a change in the console's design. In May Microsoft accidentally revealed themselves that a new Xbox controller is also being released, while not redesigned either – it will include a 3.5mm headphone port.

Last week the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) revealed that a 1TB PS4 model is also in the works, and could well be announced during Sony's press conference in the early hours of Tuesday 16 June.

This won't be the first time an Xbox One has been released with a 1TB hard drive. Special edition consoles marking the release of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare were released last year, but stock was strictly limited.

Microsoft's E3 press conference takes place on Monday 15 June at 5:30pm BST.