Microsoft introduced yesterday that Xbox and Rockstar Vitality Drink have teamed as much as create some limited-edition Halo Infinite cans, and every comes with a code that unlocks in-game rewards.
Every can options customized artwork created by 5 artists handpicked by Xbox and Rockstar, and so they’re accessible for buy now. You may go to the official Rockstar website to trace down a few of these Halo Infinite drinks close to you, or you should purchase them in bulk on Amazon.
The 5 flavors getting the Halo Infinite therapy are Authentic, Sugar-Free, Fruit Punch, Silver Ice, and Blackberry Goji, though that final one is simply accessible within the U.S. This promotion will run till December 8 when Halo Infinite launches on Xbox consoles and PC, so there’s loads of time to trace some down and discover some codes.
When it comes to what you get with these codes, each single code entered earns you Double XP for a restricted time. Every code stacks to get you issues like Problem Swaps and cosmetics, too.
For instance, the primary code you enter will get you a Double XP bonus and two Problem Swaps, which can be utilized to swap out day by day or weekly challenges in-game with new ones. The second code you enter will get you a particular Rockstar-inspired MA40 Assault Rifle coating, which is a flashy black and gold pores and skin, and a Double XP bonus. The codes proceed to stack, and finally, with sufficient codes, you may earn a Rockstar-inspired Warthog coating, a Gravity Hammer emblem, and extra.
Rockstar drinks bought at Circle Okay gasoline stations characteristic their very own codes that unlock extra XP bonuses, Problem Swaps, and the Rockstar-inspired Razorback coating.
On high of all this, Microsoft says “fans will earn entries for the opportunity to snag copies of Halo Infinite and an Xbox Series X prize bundle” that options an Xbox Sequence X console, a digital copy of Halo Infinite, a Razer Raptor monitor, and a particular Halo Infinite headset. One individual will win the grand prize of a Jeep Gladiator.
For extra about Halo Infinite, take a look at how 343 Industries is changing the radar following criticism of it in technical previews, after which examine why 343 hasn’t shared more footage of the Halo Infinite campaign. Try the recently-revealed Halo 20th Anniversary Xbox Series X console after that.