Here Are The Cheapest Copies Of Halo Infinite In Australia

Here Are The Cheapest Copies Of Halo Infinite In Australia
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Announced during E3 2018 and originally set as a launch title for the Xbox Series X/S, Halo Infinite is finally here – almost. While its free-to-play multiplayer has been available in open beta for the past fortnight, the full Halo Infinite package is due to finally land on December 9.

Once again, you’ll step into the Spartan boots of Master Chief, with this latest instalment of the iconic FPS series picking up from the end of Halo 5, which saw Cortana, the Chief’s former AI companion, attempting to enforce intergalactic peace by threatening to destroy anyone who dares to oppose her.

As the Chief, you’ll be searching for a mysterious AI known as “The Weapon”, which can supposedly be used as a countermeasure against Cortana. You’ll also be facing off against the Banished, a splinter faction of Covenant – because this is a Halo game, after all.

Here’s everywhere you can grab a copy of Halo Infinite with a discount on top.

Where can you get Halo Infinite for cheap?

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With a full price of $99.95, it looks like Amazon Australia currently has the cheapest copies of Halo Infinite available, at $74.90 with free shipping included. After that, JB Hi-Fi, Big W and Target are all offering the game for $79.

If you haven’t made the jump to the next-gen Xbox Series X, don’t fret. A disc copy of Halo Infinite will run on the Xbox One too.

Halo Infinite will also be available through Xbox Game Pass, which makes it the cheapest possible way to play the game with its $15.95/month subscription.

Here’s every major retailer in Australia where you can pick up Halo Infinite for cheap:

If you’re looking to pick up the new Halo for PC, there’s not much available in the way of discounts. Steam has the new title listed for $89.95, while Microsoft is selling it for $99.95.

Halo Infinite will launch on Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and Windows from December 9. You can follow Kotaku Australia’s coverage here.

This article has been updated since its original publication.

Comments

  • I’m gonna pirate it and if the campaign is good ill buy any season pass that looks good.
    That way i get what i should be getting for my money. Campaign players are getting screwed by Infinites design compared to previous halo’s.
    Not ‘justifying’ it, as i don’t give two shits about that. But i do want to support this game if the content is good as i love halo, but not the fact that a lot of this release is quite shit.

    I do feel like my plan is making it seem like the battlepass is getting strong support though, which i dont like. So not sure about it.
    If only i could buy the campaign and pirate the season passes (or campaign buyers should get a few season passes free really).

    • If you don’t already have game pass, it’s probably the better alternative to pirating.
      You’ll get any day 1 patches without risk of malware.

      • “without risk of malware”
        heh. reminds me of the ads you see before movies nowadays.

        Ehh, i have no desire for any other games on game pass (barely play much lately anyway). And it really doesnt solve the issue, i’d still “have” to pay for the games battlepass, but then would be renting the campaign. Feels even worse tbh.

        Also i am a long time halo fan, I have literally every halo game and played each multiple times over the span of 10-15 years so not worried by the cost of a full game.
        But i just dont like how this one is screwing campaign players only, and while arguably having the least content of a halo game since H3 (all others since then have had an extra game mode. Be it warzone, firefight or spartan ops).

        I do appreciate the reply though

        • Dude just get 3 months of Gamepass for $2 if you don’t have it already. Even if you don’t find anything else on the service its just easier than pirating it.

          You can steal it in a few months when the launch patches settle down if you really feel the need.

          • I mean, honestly i find pirating significantly easier than purchasing. Especially in this case as i have no idea how MS store works.
            But i will look at that to see if i can use that deal because i feel like i may have used some cheap gamepass deal a couple years back to try it out. For $2 if i can though, i will.

            But yeah fair call on waiting for updates too. Plus i havent even finished my replaying of all previous halos i wanted to do. Dodgin spoilers is gonna suck though

    • I too have always loved Halo, but after playing the multiplayer for this one I am deflated….it feels dated, uninspired, and just doesn’t have the feel of some more “advanced” first-person games; and by that I mean the movement feels clunky/flat and the gun mechanics are dated. (But maybe my tastes have just changed?)

      I hope the campaign still feels/plays well….but I haven’t got much hope. Feels like an era change moving away from Halo after loving it for so long.

      Re: I never got the game pass working on the PC and Microsoft won’t help me. If you go down that pathway I hope it works from the get-go…Microsoft’s customer support is beyond bad.

  • This is the first Halo since the OG halo, that i wont play in its launch window, mainly cause i dont have the new xbox and i dont wanna play it on the old console…
    If telstra has the Bundle available after i get back from my holiday. Ill get it then.

  • I too have always loved Halo, but after playing the multiplayer for this one I am deflated….it feels dated, uninspired, and just doesn’t have the feel of some more “advanced” first-person games; and by that I mean the movement feels clunky/flat and the gun mechanics are dated. (But maybe my tastes have just changed?)

    I hope the campaign still feels/plays well….but I haven’t got much hope. Feels like an era change moving away from Halo after loving it for so long.

    Re: I never got the game pass working on the PC and Microsoft won’t help me. If you go down that pathway I hope it works from the get-go…Microsoft’s customer support is beyond bad.

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