The Limited Edition Halo Infinite Xbox Series X as well as the Elite Series 2 Controller will be going on sale later today, October 14.
Xbox fans absolutely love the look of the Limited Edition Halo Infinite Xbox Series X and Elite Controller. However, getting your hands on one isn’t easy.
Plenty of the consoles have been picked up by scalpers. This has led to many desperate gamers buying insanely expensive Halo Xbox Series X consoles from eBay resellers.
Luckily, GameStop is restocking these consoles as part of their ‘Halo Super Fan’ bundle, which is dropping today, October 14. Although, there are a few steps you’ll have to follow if you want to secure your new console.
GameStop Limited Edition Halo Infinite Xbox Series X & Series 2 Elite Controller Bundle – October 14
Today, October 14, GameStop be selling another batch of Limited Edition Halo Infinite Xbox Series X consoles in a new bundle.
GameStop has been the place to go for the new Limited Edition Xbox recently. The retailer had a huge Halo Infinite Xbox Series X restock on Tuesday.
However, many fans were left disappointed and without a Halo Xbox. They’ll be hoping to snag one today instead.
GameStop’s ‘Halo Super Fan Bundle’, including the Halo Infinite Limited Edition console, will go live on October 14 at 8 AM PT / 10 AM CT / 11 AM ET.
Luckily for all the frustrated fans who missed out in yesterday’s Halo Infinite Elite controller restock, the bundle will also include this special Series 2 Elite Controller as well!
Follow these steps carefully to make sure you secure your Limited Edition Halo Xbox Series X Bundle:
Following these steps should be enough, but there’s even more you can do to make sure you get your console. Here are some handy tips for buying an Xbox Series X or PS5 at GameStop.
Plus, we have also made a guide on how to fix the GameStop website ‘access denied’ error message. Using these tricks will give you the best chance of buying a Halo Infinite Xbox Series X in the October 14 restock!
Finally, if it’s a standard Xbox Series X you’re after, then look no further than Target. Rumors suggest that Target could sell Xbox Series X/S consoles to walk-in customers soon.