Halo advertising and marketing is just about at all times top-notch, and the advertising and marketing marketing campaign behind Halo Infinite isn’t any totally different. Simply yesterday, 343 released a new (and very hype) Halo Infinite campaign trailer, and as we speak, Swarovski – sure, the famed crystal maker – revealed two new Halo Infinite-inspired crystal collectible figurines. 

As a part of its Swarovski x Halo Collectibles assortment, the corporate has created a crystal Grasp Chief Helmet, full with a yellow-tinted visor, and a crystal Vitality Sword, as reported by GameSpot. You may take a look at each beneath: 


“In celebration of the game’s 20th anniversary and the launch of Halo Infinite, Xbox and Swarovski step into the epic sci-fi universe with two collectible crystal figurines,” Swarovski’s website reads. “A unique collaboration for both brands that serves as a reminder of what self-discovery and imagination can do. Created in an extremely limited-edition run, only the bold will reap their rewards. Enter your information below for a chance to win one of 117 [we see what you did there] Swarovski x Halo collectibles.” 

As talked about above, Swarovski is just not promoting these (we don’t even need to know what the worth tag can be), and the one approach to get your arms on one in all 117 of those crystal figures is to enter the corporate’s drawing. You may register for that on the Swarovski site

Whereas ready to see for those who win one in all these crystal collectible figurines, examine how Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers will get monthly Halo Infinite multiplayer bonuses beginning subsequent week after which examine how a new change in multiplayer makes it so that players earn increased XP for the first six matches played on any given day. Try the best Halo Infinite multiplayer tips we’ve learned from watching TikToks after that. 

[Source: GameSpot]

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