Xbox Series X Halo Infinite restock could drop at any moment now that Black Friday deals season is here. Back in August, Microsoft announced the Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition console, which has been near-impossible to buy.
Made to celebrate both the release of Halo Infinite, as well as the 20 year anniversary of the Halo franchise, this special edition machine is sure to become a collector's item in the future.
Unfortunately, it's already attracted the attention of unscrupulous scalpers who are snapping up the limited stock to resell with a sizeable mark-up. At Tom's Guide, we detest scalping, which is why we're here to help you score a unit for a fair price.
While limited edition is often used a more of a marketing buzzword than a statement of fact. However, considering the standard Xbox Series X remains extremely hard to find in stock, we weren't surprised to see retailers almost instantly sell out of pre-orders when initial waves opened up in September.
It's been confirmed that more stock is on the way and we're eagerly waiting to see which major retailers will have restock. Currently, no drops have been confirmed, but we still recommend keeping a close eye on the retailers listed below and we will update this page with the latest stock updates as we get them.
If you're not a Halo fan and just want a regular black console, check out our Xbox Series X restock hub which contains all the latest stock information and updates to help you bag a standard version of the popular console.
Also, Halo Infinite multiplayer is free and ready to download for everyone right now, no Xbox Live Gold or Game Pass subscription required. It's available on Xbox Series consoles, Xbox One and PC.
Xbox Series X Halo Infinite restock tracker
- Amazon: Xbox Series X Halo Infinite console
- Walmart: Xbox Series X Halo Infinite console (last restock October 7)
- Microsoft: Xbox Series X Halo Infinite console (last restock November 16)
- GameStop: Xbox Series X Halo Infinite console (last restock October 14)
- Best Buy: Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition (last restock November 15)
- BJ's: Xbox Series X Halo Infinite bundle (last restock November 25)
Where to buy Xbox Series X Halo Infinite
As of November 25, there is no Xbox Series X Halo Infinite restock available.
Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition: $549 @ Walmart
The new Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition console celebrates 20 years of Halo. Walmart took pre-orders shortly after its announcement but is now sold out. It did restock the console last month, and could do again for launch day.
Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition: $549 @ Best Buy
The Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition has a listing page at Best Buy but order books are closed. The retailer has stock for launch day but is currently only selling units in physical stores. It may be worth checking with your local location for stock.
Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition: $549 @ Microsoft
Of course, Microsoft itself would be selling the Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition. The Xbox website has a fancy listing page but is no longer taking orders of the machine after selling out quickly during a launch day restock.
Where to buy Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition in the U.K.
What is the Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition
Released November 15 to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Halo as well as the impending launch of Halo Infinite, the Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition is one gorgeous machine.
The console sports dark metallic paneling accented by iridium gold. A star pattern runs along the upper body, which is apparently the same array seen from the surface of Zeta Halo. The top vent's green accents have been swapped for Cortana-themed blue, and the console will have custom Halo on/off sounds.
The included controller also sports a unique Halo-themed design and will come bundled with the console. Although for diehard Halo fans there is also a separately available Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 - Halo Infinite Limited Edition for $199.
The Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition is launching exactly 20 years after the original Halo: Combat Evolved released on the first Xbox and costs $549 which is a slight increase on the base Xbox Series X price of $499.
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