Xbox 360 Limited Edition CoD:MW3 Console

Who wants more custom Xbox 360’s? You Sir! Step right up!!!…

Today at the Call Of Duty XP event in Los Angeles, we announce

d theXbox 360 Limited Edition Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Consoleand two limited edition Modern Warfare 3 themed accessories. Here are the details:

This limited edition console includes acustomized console with graphics from the game, along withtwocustom wireless controllers, a320GB hard drive,a copy of “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3,”as well as custom sounds when the console is turned on. Here are the .WAV files of they what they sound like:power on/off anddisk tray eject.
A one month Xbox LIVE Gold subscription to Xbox LIVE is included, as well as exclusive avatar items that show your Xbox LIVE friends you’re one of the lucky ones to own this coveted console.

The console will launch onNovember 8, 2011in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and EMEA for$399(U.S. ERP), and you canpre-order todayat participating retailers.

In addition to the console, Xbox 360 will be releasingtwolimited edition accessories,both shipping to stores October11:

The Xbox 360 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Wireless Headset with Bluetoothprovides the ability to chat with friends during multi-player game play or with Bluetooth®-enabled mobile phones, PCs and other devices. Its artwork matches the custom console and includes a charging cradle, ear loop, ear gels, and an Xbox LIVE token for an exclusive download for$69.99 (U.S ERP).

The Xbox 360 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Wireless Controllerallows you to show all your friends your passion for the franchise. The controller includes exclusive artwork and a transforming D-pad that can be rotated to adapt to the user’s game play, as well as an Xbox LIVE token for an exclusive download, all for$59.99 (U.S. ERP)

Barrie Rogers

Like many of the Staff on Console Monster, Barrie likes playing games. Spanning the aeons of time, he has played games on various formats and tends to play games because they are fun and not just because a certain company makes them. He enjoys a good shooter but tends to focus around Team-based and objective based gameplay. Also has a unhealthy obsession with Loot Collecting games. So, if you can make a Team and objective based loot-whoring game, he will play it. Also, has a thing about Zombies

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