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The white Xbox One is back, but only for Halo fans in the U.S.

Microsoft has announced the white version of the Xbox One is making a comeback as part of the forthcoming Halo: The Master Chief Collection bundle.

The Cirrus White hued console was last given a run-out with the launch of Sunset Overdrive, but has been absent from subsequent releases.

Now Microsoft is bringing sexy back with the $349 bundle that features a wireless controller and unites the first four games in the Halo series in all of their remastered-for-next-gen glory.

Unfortunately, as the dollar symbol above suggests, availability is restricted to U.S. retailers and even then stocks will be in short supply. Boo and hiss.

“Later this month,” a post on Xbox Wire reads, “this Xbox One Special Edition Halo: The Master Chief Collection Bundle will be available in limited quantities for a limited time at participating U.S. retailers while supplies last so once they’re all gone, they’re all gone!”

The launch of the Master Chief Collection bundle comes as Microsoft prepares for the arrival of Halo 5: Guardians on the platform on October 27 this year.

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The title is one of a number of high profile exclusives, including the next Tomb Raider game, Microsoft has up its sleeve as it continues to gain momentum in the next-gen console battle.

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