Prepare for a new Halo Infinite Xbox Elite Series 2 Controller drop happening later today, October 13. It won’t be in stock for long!
Finally, some more restocks for the Halo Infinite Xbox Elite Controller are on the way. This Limited Edition controller has proved to be extremely popular so far and additional pre-orders for the accessory have been scarce.
The last Halo Infinite Controller restock was over 2 weeks ago now and there hasn’t been any sign of them since. However, we now know that they will be on sale today at a major retailer.
In addition to the controller, GameStop has 2 Halo Infinite Xbox Series X bundles on sale this week!
Find out how to prepare for the major controller restock below.
GameStop Limited Edition Halo Infinite Xbox Elite Series 2 Wireless Controller – October 13
GameStop is restocking the Limited Edition Halo Infinite Xbox Elite Series 2 Wireless Controller today, October 13.
This is a big week for GameStop restocks as the retailer sold the Limited Edition Halo Infinite Xbox Series X yesterday. Despite this, fans were left disappointed after crashes and cart issues on the GameStop site.
If you want to access today’s restock, you’ll need to be a GameStop PowerUp Rewards Pro member. Luckily, this is a much more reasonable price than Best Buy’s insanely expensive TotalTech membership.
The October 13 Halo Infinite Xbox Elite Series 2 Wireless Controller drop will happen at 8 AM PT / 10 AM CT / 11 AM ET.
This controller is exclusive to GameStop and Microsoft in the US so this will be one of your only chances to secure one.
What’s more, GameStop will also be restocking the Halo Infinite Xbox Series X this week too.
Follow these steps if you want to get your hands on this Limited Edition Xbox controller:
Unfortunately, there’s no guarantee that securing a Halo Xbox controller on October 13 will be easy, thanks to thousands of customers heading to the GameStop website. Luckily, we know how to fix the GameStop website ‘Access Denied’ error.
Also, Xbox fans will also want to see the newest addition to its accessory lineup. The brand-new Xbox 20th Anniversary Controller looks absolutely stunning.
Meanwhile, it’s bad news for gamers who are still looking for a next-gen console. The Xbox Series X shortage will continue into 2022.