The upcoming release of limited-edition Halo Infinite Series X console. GameStop has its pre-orders open Tuesday at 8 a.m. PT (11 a.m. ET), but the first hour is for GameStop Power Up Rewards Pro Members.only has the demand for the constantly sold out , and the new
As previously noted by @GYXdeals GameStop will reportedly offer the limited edition controller on Wednesday and then repeat Halo’s console offering on Thursday — again, only for Power Up Rewards Pro members.
The new limited-edition Xbox Series X features a stunningdesign and comes with a matching controller and a digital copy of the game. The console bundle will be released on November 25 for $550, while Halo Infinite itself will be released on December 8.
We will continue to monitor the availability of the new Xbox Series X limited-edition bundle. In the meantime, here’s the current status of console bundle pre-orders.
Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Bundle Preorders
GameStop now periodically replenishes the Halo Xbox Series X bundle, but now reserves the first order for PowerUp Rewards Pro members only.
Walmart’s Xbox Series X Halo Infinite bundle went up for pre-order on August 25 and sold out quickly. Walmart generally announces its console additions in advance, and if it does another round for the Halo Series X console, we’ll include that information here as soon as we have it.
There’s an offer for the Xbox Series X Halo Bundle at Amazon, but pre-orders haven’t gone live yet. At this point, it’s unclear whether Amazon will have the bundle in stock before launch.
An Xbox Series X Halo Infinite bundle list is also live at Best Buy, but like Amazon, we haven’t seen any pre-orders go live there yet. It’s unclear if Best Buy will open pre-orders for this console bundle before its release date.
Pre-orders went live (and sold out) on the Xbox Store on August 25, but you can check availability below.
Pre-orders went live at Target on August 25 and sold out quickly. Below you can check the current availability.
Scalper prices have already spiraled out of control, withover $1,500 for the Halo Xbox Series X bundle. It’s not surprising that resellers had a heyday with the limited-edition bundle, given how the past year has gone with next-gen console additions, but it’s a disappointing reality nonetheless. As always, we recommend buying the console bundle at list price if possible.
In addition to the Xbox Series X Halo Infinite limited-edition console, Microsoft is releasing a Halo Infinite limited-edition Elite Series 2 controller on November 25. This gamepad has a different design from the one in the console bundle; instead, it’s green with a Master Chief themed design and an orange D-pad. The limited edition controller is exclusive to:and the .
Seagate and Razer have together partnered with Microsoft to produce their own Halo-themed gear. features a similar Master Chief design in Halo green and will be available in October for $100 (2TB) or $160 (5TB). Meanwhile, Razer has a new headset option for Xbox players with the , which matches the game drive design and supports Xbox Wireless and Bluetooth 5.0 for low-latency gaming. It retails for $170 and you can pre-order it now. Both products will be released in October.