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Monday, 16 July 2012 09:46

Rumored Halo 4 LE Xbox 360 confirmed

Written by David Stellmack



Another of best-looking LE consoles so far


As we have been suspecting for some time and have been hearing whispers about for the past couple of weeks, Microsoft confirmed at Comic-Con in San Diego that a Limited Edition Xbox 360 would be released for Halo 4. After seeing it, we have to say that once again Microsoft has out done itself by delivering another of the best-looking Limited Edition consoles that the company has released so far.

It will be called the Xbox 360 Halo 4 Limited Edition console bundle and it is available for pre-order at most retailers right away. Besides the striking Halo 4 paint job on the console and controllers, the bundle will, of course, include the Halo 4 game as part of the bundle. In addition, it will come equipped with a 320GB hard drive, 2 Halo 4 wireless Xbox 360 controllers, a wired headset, and Xbox Live exclusive download tokens for a Halo 4 in-game and avatar downloads.

The Halo 4 Limited Edition console will feature both the ring of light on the console and the controllers will be a colored in a shade of blue to match the color scheme of Halo 4. This is unique and something new for a Limited Edition console to over.

As you might also have guessed, Microsoft will not be stopping there; the wireless Halo 4 controller that is included with the Halo 4 Limited Edition console will be offered for a limited time while supplies last, to be purchased separately. You will be able to purchase the Halo 4-themed controller for $59.99 and it will arrive November 6th at the same time that the Halo 4 console is released, as well as the game.

You can see pictures of the console here.





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