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Halo Infinite release time, date, price, where to buy and more

The wait is over.

Halo Infinite launched on 8th December 2021 on Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One and PC. It's also being added to Xbox Game Pass on the same day.

We've rounded up all you need to know about Halo Infinite, including its release date, price, where to buy, editions and bonuses. You can also scroll ahead using the jump links to find out more about the new Halo Infinite Xbox Series X console and Elite controller Series 2, plus Razer and Seagate's new Halo-themed product releases. If you want to read more about Halo Infinite multiplayer Season 1, be sure to check out Wesley's article.

If you can't wait to get your hands on the next instalment of the Halo franchise, you can buy a copy from the links below.

Halo Infinite editions and bonus in-game content

There are two main editions of the game: a standard edition and a steelbook edition. These for the most part appear to have the same RRP. Amazon UK and Game are offering steelbook editions with in-game bonuses with new weapons and outfits: the Zeta Sky Armor Coating as well as the Chosen Emblem, Nameplate and a BR75 Battle Rifle. If you decide to purchase at Game, you'll also receive an exclusive Zeta Sky weapon coating for the VK78 Commando Rifle.

In the US, Best Buy and GameStop are offering the same exclusive DLC (minus Game's exclusive). As an additional enticement, Best Buy is also offering a $10 reward credit for My Best Buy members (it's free to sign up). Walmart is offering the bonus in-game content, plus an exclusive MK50 sidekick and a Mega Construx assorted color Halo helmet, all for $59.99.

If you wanna grab these freebies with a copy of Halo: Infinite, check out the links below.

Halo Infinite standard edition UK

Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One

PC

Halo Infinite standard edition US

Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One

PC

Halo Infinite collector's steelbook edition UK

Amazon UK and Game are offering steelbook editions with in-game bonuses with new weapons and outfits: the Zeta Sky Armor Coating as well as the Chosen Emblem, Nameplate and a BR75 Battle Rifle. If you decide to purchase at Game, you'll also receive an exclusive Zeta Sky weapon coating for the VK78 Commando Rifle.

Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One

Halo Infinite collector's steelbook edition US

Best Buy and GameStop are offering retailer-exclusive DLC: Zeta Sky Armor Coating as well as the Chosen Emblem, Nameplate and a BR75 Battle Rifle. If these freebies aren't enough to tempt you, Best Buy is also offering a $10 reward credit for My Best Buy members (it's free to sign up). Walmart is offering the same bonus, plus an exclusive MK50 sidekick and a Mega Construx assorted color Halo helmet, all for $59.99.

Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One:

More on the Halo Infinite-themed console and other Halo-themed hardware

In the lead up to the game's release, and in celebration of Halo's 20th anniversary, Microsoft is launching a limited edition Halo Infinite Xbox Series X console, and a new Halo-themed Xbox Elite wireless controller Series 2 on the 11th November. You can find out in our guide below.

Razer has also 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 order in the UK yet but you can register your interest for the Razer headset. In the US, the Razer Halo-themed headset is $169.99 at GameStop and comes out on 21st October.

For more news on the latest gaming and tech offers, be sure to follow our Jelly Deals Twitter page, where we also be tweet updates on console stock, including the new Halo-themed Xbox Series X.

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