- The Xbox Halo series is celebrating 20 years in the industry, to commemorate the occasion users can now get their hands on the Xbox Series Infinite Limited Edition Bundle.
- Eligible users are supposed to receive an email inviting them to get exclusive access to the unique bundle.
- The prices and titles are subject to change over time, check out the official site for accurate information.
It’s hard to find a current-generation game console in stock from a first-party retailer. It can be even harder to get a limited edition variant.
Xbox’s Halo series is celebrating 20 years of existence. To commemorate the occasion, Xbox has announced the ‘Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition Bundle.’
The limited-edition bundle includes a console with a themed design and an Xbox controller with a similar look. You might already be on the list to buy one. Check your inbox for an email notification.
Invites sent contain a special code that can be used to build a bundle of products around the limited edition console in the Microsoft Store.
The downside to this is that you have to buy an additional controller and then choose from a select group of games, so the price tag is higher than that of a console you could find somewhere in stock.
These extras aren’t useless. You might have been thinking about buying a second controller anyway, and starting with a free game is a nice bonus. And that’s what these tools are for, making it easy for you to have a great time playing games.
.Microsoft has sent out invitations to select customers, and I can confirm those invitations were legitimate offers. Everything checks out so you should go out and hop on the bandwagon. Make your purchase today!
Games on offer
At the time, here’s the list of the games that were on offer:
- Far Cry 6: $59.99 (on sale for $40.19)
- Rust Console Edition: $49.99
- Battlefield 2042: $69.99
- Madden NFL 22: $69.99 (on sale for $1.99)
- Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate: $59.99 (on sale for $17.99)
- Insurgency: Sandstorm: $39.99
- Diablo II: Resurrected: $39.99 (on sale for $29.99)
- Grand Theft Auto V: Premium Edition: $29.99 (on sale for $14.99)
- Hasbro Family Fun Pack – Super Edition: $59.99
However, there could be some changes in the prices and titles on offer since then. Be sure to check it out to get the full details.
You may have received a few emails recently from email@example.com. The messages are sent to Microsoft account holders who signed up to receive information about product offers.
Get the notification
Check your inbox, as well as any other folders in your email program, for the email.
Also, be sure to check the email header to make sure you’re not falling for a phishing scam. I’m not aware of any going around that are spoofing these offers, but it’s probably only a matter of time.
If you want to sign up for a deal, be sure to double-check the URL that appears in your email header to make sure it’s for the retailer you intended to sign up with. I don’t know of any fake sites going around at the moment, but it’s probably only a matter of time before this starts happening.
Did you manage to take advantage of the deal? Share your thoughts with us in the comment section below.