A brand new limited edition Halo Infinite Xbox Series X console was announced at Gamescom: Opening Night Live in August and pre-orders are underway already ahead of the November 15 release date. You'll also get a download code for Halo: Infinite to play from December 8. As you can imagine, retailers have been selling out of stock already. But don't give up hope as not all the big stores have gone live yet, so there are still plenty of opportunities ahead. We have the latest updates on specific stores for you below.
As we've seen on our Xbox Series X restock tracker, you can expect this version to sell out super fast too. Hopefully, there will be multiple waves ahead of launch.
The same announcement segment of the Gamescom show included a Halo-themed Xbox Elite Series 2 controller inspired by Master Chief. Coming in his trademark green and using that metallic gold finish on the d-pad to represent the visor is an inspired choice. Pre-orders are live now.
Here are the stores you should check for the new limited edition Halo Infinite Xbox Series X console right now:
Where to buy Halo Infinite Xbox Series X console
- Amazon (opens in new tab) - listing page is live
- Xbox.com (opens in new tab) - listing page is live
- Walmart (opens in new tab) - first wave sold out last night, but this page might go live again soon
- Best Buy (opens in new tab) - listing page is live
- GameStop (opens in new tab) - listing page is live
- Target (opens in new tab)
- Xbox.com (UK) (opens in new tab) - listing page is live
- Amazon UK (opens in new tab)
- Game (opens in new tab) - listing page is live
- Very (opens in new tab)
- Currys (opens in new tab)
The new limited edition has a unique patterned design on the console itself and the controller and comes with a digital copy of the game. This new bundle will be priced at $549/£479. That's not bad at all as the standard edition base console will run you $499 and then a copy of Halo Infinite would be an additional cost of around $60/£60 on top. Of course, the game will be available on Xbox Game Pass from day one too.
As limited edition consoles go, this one is one of the best we've seen in years and almost makes us forget about that awful Gears of War Xbox One X from a few years back. The console and controllers share a subtle gray armored design with gold detailing. The top portion of the console reveals a starry night sky which is also featured over the vents up top. Instead of the usual green paint on the inside of the center vents, you're getting a light blue color instead which is a lovely touch.
Be sure to take a look at our Halo Infinite guide if you'd like to know more about the game. You'll want to kit your room out with the best audio and visual options for this massive game, so take a look at our best Xbox Series X headsets and best TV for Xbox Series X buying guides.