Xbox Series X Halo Edition Console: The release date for Halo Infinite has been officially confirmed, and to celebrate Halo’s 20th anniversary, a gorgeous new Halo Infinite Limited Edition Xbox Series X console and a new Halo-themed Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 will be released simultaneously.
As of today, pre-orders for the new Halo edition Xbox Series X system have begun to go online and are flying off the shelves like hotcakes. The standalone console sold out almost immediately at Game in the United Kingdom. The retailer’s bundles remained available for a short period of time, but they look to be out of supply as well for the time being. The Halo Infinite controller, on the other hand, is still in stock and available for pre-order at the time of writing. Additionally, the console was made available on the Microsoft Store yesterday night, where it sold out in record time.
Because not all stores have gone live yet, we’ll be keeping this page updated with the most up-to-date stock information, as well as highlighting the bundles that offer the best value for money when they become available. When it comes to limited edition consoles, you might want to keep an eye on our stock alert page for normal Xbox Series X/S consoles. We also keep an eye out for the finest Xbox bargains, which you can find right here.
In addition to a bespoke console design embossed with stars, the Halo-themed limited edition console contains a custom console design as seen from the surface of Zeta Halo. In addition, it includes a blue vent that was inspired by Cortana.
Microsoft announced a new limited-edition Xbox Series X package with a gorgeous Halo Infinite design and matching controller on Wednesday during the Gamescom Opening Night Live event. The $550 bundle includes the Xbox Series X console and matching controller. Within hours of the announcement, preorders for the Halo Infinite Xbox Series X bundle went life, with stock falling (and fast running out) at retailers such as the Microsoft Store, Target, and Walmart.
According to the latest update on Thursday afternoon, preorders for the game are still not available at two major online retailers: Amazon and Best Buy. Both of these businesses have live placeholder listings, which means that stock could become available at any time. Watch these listings if you’re still hoping to get your hands on the Xbox Series X Halo Infinite limited edition Xbox 360 console!
Although this is the first bespoke Xbox Series X console from Microsoft, the company has previously released a number of custom Xbox consoles. When you turned on a limited-edition Taco Bell Xbox, the familiar ring could be heard, while a customized Minecraft Xbox One S looked like it had been plucked right from the game.
To go along with the Halo-branded system, Microsoft will also release an Xbox Elite 2 controller that is themed like the popular video game. With a unique casing and D-pad, it’s designed to resemble the metallic green of Master Chief’s armor. The Halo Infinite Limited Edition Elite Series 2 controller, which will be available on November 15th for $199.99, will also be available on that date. Pre-orders for the Xbox Elite 2 controller with a Halo theme will begin today on Microsoft’s website.