Celebrate Master Chief’s Return With the Halo 4 Xbox 360 Console Bundle and Controller


Available for pre-order starting today, the $400 Limited Edition Halo 4 Xbox 360 bundle includes an exclusive, custom-built Xbox 360 console with a 320GB hard drive and built-in wi-fi, a pair of exclusive wireless controllers matching the case theme of the console, a wired headset, Xbox Live tokens for exclusive in-game and avatar marketplace DLC, and a standard edition copy of the game. Cooler still, the console fires off sound effects sourced from the game whenever the power is turned on or the disc tray is ejected, and both the console’s ring of light and the controllers’ guide buttons glow blue. Halo fans, you have permission to do a little dance.

The bundle will launch day and date with Halo 4 on November 6th.


Another Limited Edition wireless controller, different from those included in the bundle, will also be sold separately, for gamers who already own an Xbox 360 but still want to show off their Halo fandom with a little something special. Featuring a glowy blue guide button and a dark grey translucent shell emblazoned with the UNSC emblem, the standalone Halo 4 controller (pictured above) goes on sale October 21st for $59.99. A token for a special t-shirt for your Avatar will also be included.

Hit the gallery below for bundle, packaging, and hardware pics.

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