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Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition sold out at Game — where to check for inventory next

Screengrab of Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition trailer
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Update: Game is now sold out of the Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition console. Make sure to check our where to buy guide for the latest stock updates on this hard-to-find console. 

Microsoft announced an Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition last night during the keynote Gamescom 2021 live stream, and the console is now available for pre-order at Game. 

Releasing on November 15 to mark both the 20th anniversary of the launch of the original Halo: Combat Evolved as well as the upcoming release of Halo Infinite in December, the console is sure to become a collector's item so you best be quick if you want one. 

Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition: £479 @ Game
The gaming-specific retailer is currently taking orders of the Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition in a variety of bundles. The console is also available standalone but is likely to sell out first, so be quick!View Deal

Game is selling the console standalone at its RRP of £479, but it's also bundled it together with a load of additional extras. Unfortunately, some of these packages contain items that can best be described as pointless filler, such as an Xbox-brand t-shirt. 

This cheeky tactic of including unnecessary items is one that Game has employed before with previous Xbox Series X restock, so it's a shame to see the retailer persisting with the habit here. The standalone console is likely to sell out first, so if you really want a Halo Infinite console you might have to settle for a bundle. 

At least of the bundles include the newly announced Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 - Halo Infinite Limited Edition, although this pad retails for £179 on its own so bundled with the console you looking at paying upwards of £674 — which is an eye-watering sum. 

The limited-edition 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. It included a custom Halo-themed controller as well. 

If you don't fancy a limited edition Xbox Series X and would rather opt for the standard black model, make sure to check out our where to buy an Xbox Series X guide for the latest stock updates. 

Rory is a staff writer at Tom’s Guide based in the UK. He covers a wide range of topics including tech news, deals, gaming, streaming and more. When he’s not writing hot takes on the latest gaming hardware and streaming shows, he can be found watching a borderline unhealthy amount of movies and being thoroughly disappointed by his terrible football team.