Gear up for 8 December, Spartans!
The Halo Infinite release date has been set for 8 December, 343 Industries and Microsoft announced over Gamescom.
343 also advised of a special limited edition Halo Infinite Xbox Series X bundle and a limited edition Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2.
Halo Infinite console bundle
“A Spartan’s equipment is just as important as their skills – which is why we’re doing our part to make sure you’re fully equipped and ready to ship out,” a Halo Waypoint post reads.
“To help celebrate Halo’s 20th Anniversary, we’re proud to unveil two items made in collaboration with our friends over at Xbox: The Xbox Series X – Halo Infinite Limited Edition Bundle, and the Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 – Halo Infinite Limited Edition.”
The bundle is comprised of a limited edition Xbox Series X console, a Limited Edition Xbox Series X Controller, and a download code for Halo Infinite. The console itself features “a design imprinted with stars as seen from the surface of the Zeta Halo, a Cortana blue vent, and iridium gold accents around dark metallic paneling, your armory will be off to a solid start with this at its center.”
The console bundle will be available from 15 November 2021 and is available for pre-order now:
- AU Microsoft Store ($849.00 AUD)
- US Microsoft Store ($549.99 USD)
- CA Microsoft Store ($649.99 CAD)
- UK Microsoft Store (£479.99)
Halo Infinite Elite controller
The limited edition Elite controller features “a battle-scarred Mjolnir-themed design from team Xbox.”
The Elite controller will also be available from 15 November. Pre-order links for the Elite controller are as follows:
- AU Microsoft Store ($249.00 AUD)
- US Microsoft Store ($199.99 USD)
- CA Microsoft Store ($259.99 CAD)
- UK Microsoft Store (£179.99)
A new multiplayer season one intro trailer was also released today; it’s below.
Halo Infinite heads to Windows PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series S & X and Xbox Cloud Gaming on 8 December, part of Xbox Game Pass.
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