Xbox unveiled a Halo Infinite-themed Xbox Series X console and Elite Series 2 controller during Opening Night Live at Gamescom. The limited-edition console will be available on November 15 for $550, a few weeks before Halo Infinite launches on December 8. Preorders for the limited-edition console aren’t live just yet, but it’s safe to say they will sell out quickly. Meanwhile, the Elite Series 2 controller costs $200. Sadly, preorders sold out within minutes.
The Halo Infinite limited-edition Xbox Series X has a gray and black armor design across most of it. The upper portion of the console features a space theme with tons of tiny stars in the distance. It comes with a limited-edition matching Xbox Wireless Controller. The console is being released to celebrate Halo’s 20th anniversary.
The Elite Series 2 controller nods to Spartan armor with a green-plated design and black handles. It has all of the features of the standard Elite Series 2 controller, including detachable paddles, profiles, adjustable stick tension, and trigger stops. We’ll have to wait and see if the Elite Series 2 controller is restocked, but we imagine it will be available at other retailers besides the Xbox Store.
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