After confirming the release of the long-awaited Halo Infinite title in December this year, Microsoft recently announced the first custom Xbox Series X console based on the Halo Infinite title. Console is feature Halo-themed sound and lighting, And a corresponding Xbox controller are included. Along with that, the company will also release a Halo-themed Xbox Elite 2 wireless controller.
The Redmond Giants unveiled at the Gamescom 2021 showcase. It also announced that it will provide cloud gaming support for the Xbox Series X | S and Xbox One. The limited edition Halo Infinite Xbox Series X celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Halo franchise.
Therefore, the former announcement is pleasing to long-time Halo fans, as the custom Xbox console has all the design elements to take users directly into the world of Halo.
Halo Infinite Xbox Series X and Elite 2 Controllers Announced
To get started, the Halo Infinite Xbox Series X comes in a black-gray design with some golden highlights. There is also a starry sky pattern in the upper half of the console, giving it a Halo-like appearance. For other design elements, Microsoft has replaced the green light at the top of the standard Xbox Series X console with a blue light to match the design. In addition, the console plays custom startup and functional sounds from the Halo universe.
Comes with an Xbox controller that matches the console design. In addition, the Xbox Series X Console comes with a copy of the following Halo Infinite title in the box to complete the set. Check out the Halo-themed Xbox Series X trailer just below.
Apart from the custom Xbox Series Xset, Microsoft has also introduced a special Halo-themed Xbox Elite 2 controller. The metallic green design with black ABXY buttons and gold D-pads makes it look like the Master Chief. Therefore, if you’re not considering investing in an Xbox Series X console, you should also get a Halo-themed Elite2 wireless controller.
Price and stock status
In terms of pricing, the limited edition Halo Infinite Xbox Series X bundle will cost $ 549 in the US. In India, it will be sold for 54,990 rupees. The Xbox Elite 2 wireless controller, on the other hand, costs $ 199.
For availability, both the Halo-themed Xbox Series X and wireless Elite 2 controllers will be available for purchase from Microsoft’s official website starting November 15. However, the Redmond giant states that the number of consoles is very limited. Halo Infinite-themed Xbox Series X and Xbox Elite 2 controllers can be pre-ordered from the corresponding links.