In celebration of Halo’s 20th anniversary, Microsoft finally released Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition. This console was introduced in August, 2021 and it has been constantly out of stock since it was released. Of course, not all Halo Infinite players will be able to buy this limited edition console.
Perhaps, Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition will restock anytime, but the chance to get it may be very little. If you really want to get this limited console, make sure to always keep looking for the information or diligently check the Microsoft Store.
When Does Microsoft Restock Xbox Series X Halo Infinite?
Unfortunately, there’s no official announcement from Microsoft to restock Halo Xbox Series X. As we know, the release of Xbox Series X to the game is to celebrate Halo 20th anniversary that was specially created at that moment, so it may take a longer time for you to wait for this console.
According to some sources, it has been confirmed that more stock of Xbox Series X Halo Infinite is on the way and we should wait to see which retailers will restock. As of this writing, there’s drops confirmed, but you still have to keep an eye on the retailers. Why?
As a throwback, when Xbox Series X Halo infinite was released, it has already attracted the attention of unscrupulous scalpers who are buying up the limited stock toreseel with a higher mark-up.
Aside from Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition, Microsoft also released a regular black console. Sure, you can buy this model if you are not a fan of the Halo Franchise. You definitely can check the availability of the Xbox console at Microsoft Store that you can access here.
For the Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition, it is currently not available at Microsoft Store. So, you must be patient while waiting for this console to restock.
Where to Buy Xbox Series X Halo Infinite?
At Microsoft Store, the Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition costs $549.99. However, the price may be higher when you buy this console in retailers. Here’s a list of retailers that sell the Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition:
- Microsoft (With last restock November 16)
Of course, Microsoft would be selling the Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition. As the developer of Xbox, Microsoft store has a fancy listing page, however it no longer takes orders of the machine once selling out quickly during a launch day restock. This console costs $549.99 at Microsoft Store.
Amazon is also the retail that would be selling Xbox Series X Halo Infinite. However, this console is also currently not available at Amazon. This limited console costs $549.99 at Amazon.
- Walmart (With last restock October 7)
Walmart actually took pre-orders shortly once its announcement, but this console is now sold out at Walmart. This marketplace did restock the Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited-Edition last month and also would do so again for launch day. This console costs $549.99 at Walmart.
- Best Buy (With last restock November 15)
At Best Buy, the Xbox Series X Halo Infinite has a listing page, but order books are closed. This marketplace actually has stock for launch day, however it is currently only sellings units in physical stores. It would be better for you to check it with your local location for stock. This console costs $549.99 at Best Buy.
- Game Retail Limited
In the United Kingdom, the Game Retail Limited also took orders of the Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition, the day after the announcement of the console’s release. But today, this console is now sold out, but you can take additional orders in the future. This console costs £479.
- Microsoft (With last restock November 16)
What Are the Features Available on Xbox Series X Halo Infinite?
Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition has a custom console design. The console’s design is imprinted with stars as seen from the surface of Zeta Halo. The stars’ look extends onto the fan behind a blue vest that is inspired by Cortana.
The Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition features the Ultra High Speed HDMI cable to stay-connected. With Multiplayer Arena which supports up to 120 frames per second, advanced 3D Spatial Sound, you can enjoy the console up to 4K gaming and 60 frames per second.
With Xbox Velocity Architecture that delivers next-gen speed and performance, you will experience Halo Infinite powered by a custom SSD and integrated software. The Quick Resume feature will seamlessly move between Halo Games in a flash.
With Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition, you will also expand your game library to get access to all your favorite Halo games and thousands of games through a next-gen boost with Xbox Series X backward Compatibility including optimized titles at launch.
Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition also has the complete control, including:
- Share Button: You actually can tap the ‘Share Button’ to eternalize your epic adventure with humanity’s greatest hero.
- Custom grip: Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition also has a grip that was inspired by the Master Chief’s armor. The grip comes in dark metallic paneling that is accented by iridium gold on the controller with side and back grips to contain all playstyles.
- Textured Triggers: With textured triggers, you can stay on target with the new hybrid D-pad, bumpers, back-case and textured grip on the triggers.
The included controller actually presents a unique Halo-themed design that will come bundled with the console. For more information, Halo fans can also enjoy the console that is also separately available Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 contained in the Halo Infinite Limited Edition bundle that costs $199.
What’s in the bundle? You will get some items contained in the bundle of Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition, including:
- Xbox Series X
- Edition consoles
- One Xbox Wireless Controller
- A full-game download of Halo Infinite.
- Custom Console Design
- 12 teraflops of raw graphic processing power
- Xbox Velocity Architecture
- Xbox Game Pass Ultimate
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