New Halo Infinite Art Revealed Through A Calendar Ahead Of E3 2021
New artwork for Halo Infinite has debuted ahead of E3.
Ahead of the Xbox E3 briefing on Sunday, new art for Halo Infinite has emerged, albeit through an unusual manner. Among the many merchandising campaigns for Halo Infinite is a partnership with a calendar company for a Halo Infinite calendar. The listing for this calendar is now live on Calendars.com, and it shows off what looks to be new art from the next-gen Halo title.
Shinobi602 on Twitter spotted the 18-month 2022 calendar, which contains images that show more of Zeta Halo, the setting of Halo Infinite. One particularly striking image shows a Spartan soldier--potentially Master Chief himself--floating above the ground in the dark as a ship approaches and shines a light on this person. Other images show off more of the landscapes and environments in Halo Infinite; it all looks pretty nice.
The calendar itself, which was created by Trends International, sells for $15 and apparently releases later this year.
Although neither Microsoft nor 343 Industries have officially said that Halo Infinite will be featured at the Xbox/Bethesda E3 showcase on June 13, it's widely expected that it will be there in a big way. The key art for the showcase prominently features a group of Spartans, after all. 2021 is the 20th anniversary of Xbox and Halo, so it's a big year for the brands.
Following a delay from 2020, Halo Infinite is now slated to release this holiday across PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. The game is included on Xbox Game Pass, while the multiplayer element is completely free-to-play.
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