There is a big announcement regarding Xbox Series X Halo Edition. Microsoft’s Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S (together known as the Xbox Series X/S) are home video gaming systems. They were both launched on November 10, 2020, as the fourth generation of the Xbox console family, following the Xbox One. The Xbox Series X and Series S, along with Sony’s PlayStation 5, are part of the ninth generation of video game consoles, which will be launched in November 2020.
The Xbox Series X boasts higher-end hardware and enables greater display resolutions (up to 8K resolution), as well as better frame rates and real-time ray tracing; it also contains a high-speed solid-state drive (SSD) to minimize loading times. The less costly Xbox Series S features the same CPU but a less powerful GPU, less RAM and internal storage, and no optical drive.
Both consoles are meant to accept practically all Xbox One games, controllers, and peripherals, including titles from previous Xbox systems supported by Xbox One’s backward compatibility. Microsoft positioned their first-party games and several third-party games to be available for both Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One to aid in the transition between generations, providing the “Smart Delivery” distribution framework to freely provide further optimizations of an Xbox One game for either the Xbox Series X or Series S. The consoles are also compatible with the gaming subscription service Xbox Game Pass, as well as the cloud game-streaming platform Xbox Cloud Gaming.
Microsoft has always shown that it is in a class of its own when it comes to creating special versions of its consoles. It has shown this several times with the limited-edition Xbox One consoles it has introduced. One of my personal favorites is the Xbox One X Shadow of the Tomb Raider Edition. With the release of the Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition, it has shown that it still has the chops. The limited-edition console was launched with the Halo Infinite Limited Edition Elite Series 2 controller to commemorate the game’s 20th anniversary. The system and controller will be available on November 15 for $549.99 and $199.99, respectively.
The Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition has a black, gray, and gold body. The stars on the console’s top half are inspired by the surface of Zeta Halo, a place in the game, while the blue hue of the vent is inspired by Cortana. The accompanying Xbox Wireless Controller has a similar color scheme. The Halo Infinite Limited Edition Elite Series 2 controller comes in a combination of green and black, with the former matching Master Chief’s armor.
The Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Limited Edition and the Halo Infinite Limited Edition Elite Series 2 controller are both available for pre-order on Microsoft’s website today, ahead of their November 15 release.
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