Halo--All Profits On This New Shirt Go Towards COVID-19 Relief

A new Halo-themed shirt is on sale now, and all proceeds will go to COVID-19 relief--and come with a bonus.


A new Halo-themed shirt is available to purchase now, and all proceeds will go towards relief efforts for those impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. This is part of the ongoing efforts from Halo developer 343 Industries to raise funds for the Global Giving crisis response, which aims to help vulnerable areas hit hard by the virus.

The shirt, which bears the message "#WeGotThisSpartans: Hope and Love," is available now through MetaThreads. It costs $25, and comes with a one-month subscription to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, and the code will be valid until April 2021.

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Between April 8 and 21, 100% of proceeds for the sales of this shirt will go to COVID-19 relief efforts. Orders are expected to ship in 4 to 6 weeks. The charity efforts of 343 Industries have already raised $200,000, and hopefully this shirt will push this figure further.

The next game in the Halo series, Halo Infinite, is due to release for Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and PC later this year.

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That's a crappy looking Halo shirt. Is this a joke? Also, I haven't seen any of this money that all of these companies have claimed to raise for coronavirus. It's all a scam.

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