Microsoft used the Comic-Con at San Diego to launch its Xbox 360 Limited Edition Halo 4 package.
The whole pack will set you back $399 bundle and is now available for pre-order on Amazon. The online retailer will ship the units starting Nov. 6 this year, the same day Halo 4 will hit US store shelves.
The Xbox 360 Limited Edition Halo 4 gaming console bundle comes with a custom-made chassis with 320 GB of storage space, built-in Wi-Fi and two exclusive Halo 4 game controllers. It adds a wired headset, a standard edition copy of the upcoming game, and Xbox Live tokens for in-game and marketplace content. Microsoft said the so-called “ring of light” on the console will now glow a blue hue to provide a Halo 4-centric overall experience.
Microsoft and 343 Industries will also offer a standalone Halo 4 Limited Edition Wireless Controller, in case the $399 price tag is a little too hefty for you. The controller will have a blue glow on its Xbox Guide button and will be available on Nov. 6 for $59.99.
“The graphics on this controller will feature the United Nations Space Command (UNSC) emblem on a dark grey translucent body, and will include an Avatar T-shirt as exclusive downloadable content,” said the software giant in an official statement.
For high resolution images of the package and its controller, visit Major Nelson’s Flickr photostream to feed your graphic thirst until the bundle arrives.