A Microsoft product page has revealed that a limited edition Halo 4 Xbox 360 console is set to be released.

Screenshots and details of the new SKU come courtesy of The Little English Halo Blog, and have since been removed from the Microsoft store, replaced with the message: “This product is currently unavailable.” The product details can be found below:

  • Exclusive design: Limited-edition, one-of-a-kind console was custom designed by the Halo 4 developer, 343 Industries, and Xbox 360
  • Two custom Halo 4 wireless controllers: High-performance controllers boast a range of up to 30 feet and come with a rotating D-pad and blue LED lights
  • Halo 4 Standard Edition game: Begin the Halo Reclaimer saga right out of the box
  • Exclusive sounds: Hear actual Halo 4 in-game sound effects when console is turned on and when the eject button is pushed
  • Largest hard drive available: The 320-GB hard drive offers more space for game add-ons and downloadable content, and more memory to store all of your entertainment
  • Custom downloadable content: Receive a code to download Halo 4 content from Xbox LIVE, including unique armor skin, unique weapon skin, unique emblem, matching avatar armor, and unique avatar prop
  • Black Xbox 360 headset: Chat with friends on Xbox LIVE, or team up and jump in with multiplayer gameplay

Both the console and the controllers appear to be translucent. Halo 4 launches November 6, so expect the console to appear around the same time. If I didn’t already have three Xbox 360’s then I’d consider picking this up, because it looks amazing.

Are you interested in buying this limited edition console?


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