The two limited edition products will be released on November 15, the 20th anniversary of the original Halo’s release on the Xbox.
The console’s design was inspired by the expansive Halo universe and is wrapped with dark metallic panelling with an iridium gold accent.
The top of the console features a custom star pattern as seen from the surface of Zeta Halo that extends to the top of the console and onto the fan. Below the stars, the top vent is accented in Cortana-themed blue.
The console also powers on with custom Halo-themed sounds, and its included controller is also custom designed to match the console.
The limited edition Elite Series 2 controller, meanwhile, is inspired by the Master Chief’s armour, with a “battle-worn, matte metallic green” finish with an iridium gold D-Pad. Its swappable components come in a custom carrying case with the UNSC insignia on it.
The Halo Xbox Series X console will cost $549.99, while the controller will cost $199.