Halo Infinite Limited Edition Xbox Series X Console pre-orders go live

Pre-order price, release date and info on the Halo-themed console and Elite controller.

Halo Infinite's release date has officially been announced and launching right alongside it to commemorate Halo's 20th anniversary, is a stunning new Halo Infinite Limited Edition Xbox Series X console and a new Halo-themed Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2.

The Halo-themed console has an RRP of £479.99 in the UK, €549.99 in Ireland and $549.99 in the US- so only a little more expensive than the standard Xbox Series X.

Pre-orders for the new Halo edition Xbox Series X console are starting to go live and selling out super quick. In the UK, the standalone console sold out almost immediately at Game. The retailer's bundles floated around a little longer but these appear to be out of stock for now too. The Halo Infinite controller is however, still currently in stock and available to pre-order. The console also dropped on the Microsoft Store last night and as expected, sold out super quick.

In the US, GameStop is currently taking pre-orders for the console and controller- Pro Members have early access. The pages for both items are linked further down in our article. Aside from the Microsoft Store, GameStop US will apparently be the only other retailer stocking the Halo Infinite Xbox Elite controller.

Not all retailers have gone live yet so we'll be keeping this page updated with all the latest stock info, and we'll be highlighting the bundles offering the best value for money. If you're not fussed on a limited edition console, you might like to check out our stock alert page for standard Xbox Series X/ S consoles. We also keep an eye on the best Xbox deals right here.

The Halo-themed limited edition console includes a custom console design imprinted with stars, as seen from the surface of Zeta Halo. It also has a blue vent inspired by Cortana.

The Halo Infinite Limited Edition Xbox Series X console is coming out on 15th November 2021 in the lead up to the launch of the Halo Infinite game, which is due out on 8th December 2021. The console comes with a digital download of the game to redeem on day one of the game's release (it will also be available on Xbox Game Pass). The download code will be distributed by Microsoft on 8th December, so you won't be able to play the game early. You can find out where you can pre-order the new console in the list below.

Where to pre-order the Halo Infinite Limited Edition Xbox Series X console:

In the UK:

In Ireland:

In the US:

  • GameStop -in stock
  • Xbox.com -no pre-orders available at the moment
  • Amazon -listing is live but not taking pre-orders yet
  • Walmart -out of stock but may have another drop soon
  • Best Buy-stock coming soon
  • Target -sold out but may be in stock again soon

As you can see, some retailers have already gone live, but not everywhere - this means you still have a chance of securing the Halo-themed console elsewhere and there may also be second drops ahead of the console's release date. We will keep this updated as more retailer pre-order pages go live so you don't miss out on this beaut.

Pre-orders for the Halo Infinite edition Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 are also popping up across retailer sites and it will cost £179.99. It comes out on the 15th November 2021.


You can check where to pre-order the new controller in the list below:

In the UK:

In Ireland

In the US:

In addition to Microsoft's new hardware, Razer has revealed a Halo Infinite Edition Razer Kaira Pro headset and Seagate has unveiled a special edition Halo-themed Game Drive. These aren't available to pre-order just yet but you can register your interest on the Razer headset.

Microsoft also released a new video yesterday, showcasing Halo Infinite's multiplayer season 1 cinematic intro, which reveals Commander Agryna. You can watch it below and read more about it in Wesley's article as well as more information about the Halo-themed Xbox Series X and the Xbox Elite controller Series 2.

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