Gamescom 2021 is finally here, and Xbox kicked things off with some new Halo Infinite reveals!
Halo Infinite is one of our most highly-anticipated games of 2021, and we’re always eager for more news. But lately, it seems we’ve been getting more leaks than official news about the upcoming title.
Just recently, every gun, weapon, and grenade in Halo Infinite leaked early! And on top of that, we’ve got some new images of never-seen-before Halo Infinite maps!
Plus, if the Yoroi Samurai armor has you excited for Infinite, check out all the upcoming Fractures armor sets from future seasons here.
Finally, though, 343 Industries is ending our dry spell with more official Halo Infinite information. And we have our Halo Infinite release date at long last!
Halo Infinite Limited Edition Console Revealed
Halo Infinite had some big reveals as Gamescom 2021. Not only did we finally learn the game’s official release date, but we also got a glimpse at some Multiplayer action.
But perhaps most excitingly, we also got a look at the official Halo Infinite Limited Edition console. A gorgeous unveil, the limited edition console comes with a beautiful new design, inspired by 20 years of Halo.
Interestingly, Phil Spencer recently shut down rumors of a new Limited Edition Xbox Series X! But we’re glad that Halo has its chance to shine once again.
The Limited Edition Halo Infinite console will launch on November 15!
Previously, we’ve seen reports that Halo Infinite will have an episodic Campaign mode! With that in mind, the game’s story will continue after launch.
On top of that, new game file references to a Halo Infinite Battle Royale are surfacing. It seems that the popular shooter has some big plans for the future – though we didn’t hear about them today.
Halo Infinite Wireless Elite Controller Series 2
On top of that, Halo Infinite also has an exclusive Wireless Elite Controller Series 2.
Where to Pre-Order Halo Limited Edition Xbox Series X & Elite Controller
The Master Chief-inspired gamepad and Halo Xbox Series X are available to pre-order now on Xbox.com.
Please note, currently, the Xbox Series X links are redirecting to Microsoft’s store. However, they’ll soon be taking gamers to the Series X when pre-orders go live any minute now.
UPDATE: Target Pre-Orders are also live:
However, the game is certainly shaping up nicely regardless. In fact, Xbox fans claim they’re uninterested in Call of Duty this year, due to the success of Halo and Battlefield 2042.
Be sure to sign up for the second, larger Halo Infinite Tech Preview here! You won’t want to miss out on this one!