Featuring a 320GB Xbox 360 slim console and two wireless controllers all engineered with an iconic MW3 design (plus a copy of the game), the console will play special Modern Warfare “custom sounds” when the console is switched on or the disc tray is opened.
And in addition to the bundle, Microsoft and Activision are also launching a limited edition MW3 Bluetooth headset for $80, which can pair with mobile phones as well as allowing you to lay down the smack while playing on Xbox Live, and a standalone MW3 wireless controller for $90. Both accessories will hit shelves in October.
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