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Halo Infinite gets a Sleek Limited Edition Xbox Series X for its 20th Anniversary

A Limited Edition Elite Controller Series 2 as well!
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For those holding out on getting an Xbox Series X, waiting for that limited edition console to come along, now is your time as Microsoft has announced that in commemoration of Halo’s 20th Anniversary, leading up to the launch of Halo Infinite on December 8.

Wrapped in dark metallic paneling accented by gold trim and finished off with a hefty serving of stars, the Halo Infinite limited edition bundle will also feature a Cortana-themed blue glow instead of the usual green. Microsoft is topping this bundle off with custom Halo-themed power on/off sounds, perfect for the Halo fan in everyone.

The Halo Infinite limited edition bundle will also come with a similarly themed controller.

But enough talk, check it out below!

Halo Infinite Limited Edition Xbox Series X

If that wasn’t enough, here are some images of it!

Halo infinite xbox series x 2

Along with this, a Halo Infinite Limited Edition Controller Elite Series 2 was announced as well, draped in a military green color with a gold and black trim that makes for the perfect companion while you frag other players in multiplayer.

Halo Infinite Limited Edition Elite Controller Series 2

And some screenshots!

Halo infinite elite controller

To top it off, Microsoft also announced a couple of Halo Infinite-themed accessories with the limited edition Razer Kaira Pro and the Seagate Game Drive.

The pricing and release date details for everything is as follows:

  • Limited Edition Xbox Series X – available November 15 for $549.99 or around PHP28,000.
  • Limited Edition Elite Series 2 Controller – available November 15 for $199.99 or around PHP10,000.
  • Razer Kaira Pro – visit the Razer site for more details.
  • Seagate Game Drive – available in October for $99.99 (2TB) and $159.99 (5TB). Visit the Seagate site for more details.

Whew, that was a lot… of stuff to preorder! Will you be getting one?

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Vincent Ternida moved Vancouver, Canada in 2006 and called it home ever since. He spends the lockdown catching up with his Japanese RPGs, writing his new manuscripts, and figuring out why he suddenly became the main character of the latest Haruki Murakami novel.

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