Microsoft Announces Limited Edition Halo Infinite Xbox Series X, Elite Controller
Limited-edition game consoles are always a great way to increase hardware sales, and Microsoft just announced its first for this generation of consoles.
To celebrate both Halo's 20th anniversary and the launch of Halo Infinite, Microsoft has created a modified version of its latest Xbox console called Xbox Series X - Halo Infinite Limited Edition Bundle for $ 549 on the Zeta Halo interface - and scattered on the fan behind a blue Cortana-inspired ventilation opening. "It's complemented by an Xbox Wireless Controller in the same design and a copy of Halo Infinite. The controller has a 20-year Iridium Gold branding on the back. While this limited-edition console costs $ 50 more than a standard Xbox Series X, you get Halo Infinite, which would normally cost $ 60.
If you want this limited-edition Xbox, it'll be out on November 15th. However, the demand will be huge, so pre-ordering is really the only way to make sure you get one. Microsoft already offers pre-orders through Xbox.com, and some retailers also allow pre-orders. Not being able to get your hands on one of these Xbox consoles doesn't mean you're out of Limited Edition Halo gear options. Microsoft is also launching a Halo Infinite Limited Edition Elite Series 2 controller. Inspired by the Master Chief's armor, the design "features a battle-worn, matte metallic green with an iridium gold D-pad and comes with an arsenal of swappable components and a custom carrying case emblazoned with the iconic UNSC insignia."
As with all elite controllers, this one certainly doesn't come cheap. It launches on November 15, along with the limited-edition console, costs $ 199.99 and can also be pre-ordered directly from Microsoft or select retailers. Eventually, Microsoft partnered with Seagate and Razer to bring additional hardware to market in celebration of Halos' 20th anniversary. This hardware comes in the form of a Seagate Halo Infinite Special Edition Disc for Xbox and a Razer Kaira Pro Halo Infinite Edition for Xbox.
With exclusive case artwork, the Game Drive offers 2TB ($ 99.99) and 5TB ($ 159.99) of storage options, and Microsoft suggests keeping Halo Infinite on it while playing on Xbox One is played. . . Both models will hit the market in October. The Razer headset uses a patented three-piece design and 50mm drivers. There's no release date or confirmed price yet, but the headset does include one"Deathly Poison Armor Coating" in-game bonus for Halo Infinite.
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