Commemorate 20 Years of Halo with an Xbox Series X – Halo Infinite Limited Edition and More
by Bree Adams, Global Product Marketing Manager •
Today at gamescom Opening Night Live, Xbox and 343 Industries revealed two limited edition pieces of hardware – Xbox Series X – Halo Infinite Limited Edition Bundle and the Halo Infinite Limited Edition Elite Series 2 launching on November 15 2021 in celebration of Halo’s 20th anniversary. These two devices will be joined by additional hardware from our partners at Seagate and Razer to help us celebrate 20 years of this iconic franchise in the lead up to the launch of Halo Infinite on December 8, 2021.
Xbox Series X – Halo Infinite Limited Edition Bundle
Celebrate Halo’s 20th anniversary and the upcoming launch of Halo Infinite with this custom designed, first-ever Limited Edition Xbox Series X. This design was inspired by the expansive Halo universe and is wrapped with dark metallic paneling accented by iridium gold. Above the armor there is a custom star pattern as seen from the surface of Zeta Halo that extends to the top of the console and onto the fan. Below the stars, the top vent is accented in Cortana-themed blue. To top it off, the console powers on and off with custom Halo-themed sounds. The controller included in the bundle features a matching design on the front, an iridium gold 20-year mark on the back, as well as side-and-back grips to accommodate all play styles.
Play on our fastest, most powerful console ever and become the hero in Halo Infinite with a downloadable copy of the game included with this bundle. Halo Infinite on Xbox Series X|S boasts up to 4K and 60 frames per second, and Multiplayer Arena supports up to 120 frames per second, advanced 3D Spatial Sound, and more. And, with new features like Quick Resume, Auto HDR, and framerate boosting, the entire catalog of Halo games gets better on next gen.
This Halo Infinite Limited Edition Xbox Series X launches November 15, 2021 and is available for pre-order starting today for $549.99 USD at select retailers worldwide.
Visit xbox.com or check with your favorite retailer for more details.
Halo Infinite Limited Edition Elite Series 2
Also announced today, we’re excited to get the Halo Infinite Limited Edition Elite Series 2 in your hands. Ready for any mission with a custom design inspired by the Master Chief’s iconic armor, this controller features a battle-worn, matte metallic green with an iridium gold D-pad and comes with an arsenal of swappable components and a custom carrying case emblazoned with the iconic UNSC insignia. For that Spartan-like precision, use the custom thumbstick tension adjustment tool that you can even wear like a dog-tag so you’re always ready to fine-tune your combat experience. When you’re not using your controller, keep it powered up on the laser-etched charging dock or with the custom charging cable. And, when Halo Infinite releases, don’t forget to show off this one-of-a-kind design in multiplayer sessions with an exclusive Halo Elite controller weapon charm only available with the purchase of the Halo Infinite Elite controller.
Doesn’t get much more battle-ready than that! The Halo Infinite Limited Edition Elite Series 2 is available for pre-order today for $199.99 USD and will launch November 15, 2021 at select retailers worldwide.
Visit xbox.com or your local retailer for more information.
Halo Infinite Edition Razer Kaira Pro for Xbox
Level up your experience by immersing yourself in the sounds of an undiscovered ring world with the Halo Infinite Edition Razer Kaira Pro for Xbox. As you deploy the power of the headset’s Razer TriForce Titanium 50mm Drivers—a patented 3-part design picks up on every audio detail so you can detect and destroy nearby enemies when going up against the forces of the Banished. Visit razer.com for more information and to sign up to be notified when the Halo Infinite Edition Razer Kaira Pro is available.
Halo Infinite Special Edition Seagate Game Drive for Xbox
Conquer your gaming limits—while showing your love for Halo with the officially-licensed Halo Infinite Special Edition Seagate Game Drive for Xbox. Pocket-sized, up to 5TB of storage, shrouded in exclusive artwork, plus customizable LEDs to create an epic Halo experience. Play Halo Infinite directly from the drive on your Xbox One or use it to store the entire back catalog of Halo games on your Xbox Series X|S. Arm yourself with the power of your Halo Infinite Game Drive—adventure awaits. The Halo Infinite Special Edition Seagate Game Drive for Xbox will be available this October for $99. 99 (2TB) and $159.99 (5TB) from select retailers worldwide. Check Seagate.com for more information.
Join us in celebration of 20 years of Halo this November and become the hero in Halo Infinite this December.
For more information, visit xbox.com
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Halo Infinite Limited Edition Xbox Elite Series 2 Wireless Controller
Become an Elite
Put on the armor of humanity’s greatest hero with the Halo Infinite Limited Edition Xbox Elite Series 2 Wireless Controller, featuring over 30 new features for professional gaming. Choose from three trigger limit settings to fire at the speed of a seasoned Spartan. Boost your gaming performance with flex-adjustable mini-sticks and take full control of your game with rubber grips.
Optimized for you
Optimize your controller for your unique playstyle with interchangeable thumbsticks and paddles in various shapes. You can store up to 3 custom profiles and one default profile in the controller’s memory and switch between them on the go using the Profile button. Connect via Xbox wireless, Bluetooth, or the included dedicated green/orange USB-C cable and play on Xbox One and Windows 10 devices. *
New ways to personalize
Experience endless personalization options with the Xbox Accessories app. Enjoy exclusive customization options, including customizable layout. Select a button to act as a toggle to assign alternate functions to other buttons. *
Designed for continuous use
With a 40-hour battery life, you’ll be interrupted less often, and all elements of the controller are designed for continuous intensive use. Charge your controller inside or outside the dedicated dark green carrying case with the UNSC (UNSC) emblem, the included black/gray laser-etched docking station, or the dedicated green/orange USB-C cable. *
- Xbox Elite Series 2 Wireless Controller – Halo Infinite Limited Edition
- Carrying case
- Set of 6 Mini Joysticks Standard (2), Classic (2), High (1), Wide Dome (1)
- Set of 4 petals Medium (2), Mini (2)
- Set of two crosses: Standard, Faceted
- Mini joystick adjustment tool
- Charging station
- USB-C cable
- Xbox Elite In-Game Keychain
With all hope lost and the fate of mankind hanging in the balance, the Master Chief is ready to take on the most merciless foe he has ever faced.
The legendary Halo franchise returns with the biggest Master Chief campaign yet.
More information: Halo Infinite
- Xbox Game Studios
- 343 Industries
- Xbox Series X
- Xbox One
- Windows 10 PC
|For Xbox consoles and PCs with Windows 7 or later. Use with Windows 10 devices requires Bluetooth®, included USB cable, or Xbox Wireless Adapter (sold separately). Use with Windows 7 or 8.1 devices requires included USB cable; individual functions are not supported. Drivers can be downloaded from xbox.com/xboxone/PC-controller.
|Xbox Accessories App Requirements
|Available on Xbox consoles and Windows 10 PCs.
|Integrated 3.5 mm stereo headset jack. Also compatible with the Xbox One Stereo Headset Adapter and other branded Xbox controller accessories from Microsoft.
|Equipped with impulse triggers and vibration motors. Motor parameters can be configured in the app.
|345g (±15g) with 4 paddles, faceted D-pad and standard mini joysticks.
|Connects to Xbox consoles via Xbox Wireless or with the included 9′ USB-C cable. Connect wirelessly to Windows 10 PCs, tablets, Android or iOS mobile devices via Bluetooth or bundled 9inch USB-C cable. For use on computers running Windows 7 or 8.1, the included USB-C 9 cable is required; individual functions are not supported.
|Mini joystick adjustment
|Mini-joystick travel resistance adjustment is carried out using a complete tool, three adjustment options are available for selection. The Xbox Accessories app allows you to change the function of the sticks so that the left stick functions as the right stick and vice versa, as well as adjust their sensitivity characteristics.
|Internal battery with 40 hours of operation after a full charge. Battery life varies greatly depending on settings and usage patterns.
|Buttons A, B, X and Y; buttons “up”, “down”, “left” and “right” on the cross; left and right bumpers, left and right triggers; left and right mini-joystick buttons; 4 petals.
Play Halo Infinite with Xbox Game Pass
Get Xbox Live Gold and access to over 100 high-quality console and PC games with a 14-day trial of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.
Access to in-game content requires Halo Infinite (release info: halowaypoint.com) and Xbox Live Gold on console (subscription sold separately). Xbox Accessories app features, including button remapping and profile configuration, are only available on Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and Windows 10 devices.
*Battery life will vary depending on accessories used, usage patterns and other factors.