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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