As the last piece of promotional material before its release, Halo Infinite reveals the incredible “Master Piece” painting currently on display in London.
As a flagship property of Xbox, Halo usually goes with its promotional material. Fans can come back soon Halo 2The alternate reality game “I Love Bees”, where fans could find clues online and in the real world to learn new information about the game before its release. Infinite haloThe promotional campaign provided fans with a healthy variety of content, from a series of UNSC stock footage explaining Infinite halonew equipment, a litany of crossovers with some of the world’s biggest brands like Rockstar Energy Drink and Nerf.
Marketing for Infinite halo gave fans lots of goodies before the game was released. Now, right before Infinite halo, 343 Industries reveals the “Master Piece”, a detailed painting mounted on Easter eggs currently on view at the Saatchi Gallery in London through December 15th.
The painting was designed by artist Iva Troj using oils and acrylics on canvas, according to Xbox’s description of the dramatic video showing the piece. At the center of “Master Piece” is none other than the Master Chief, himself, fighting in the air with a banished Brute, and as the setting expands, more fights appear, dozens of soldiers from the air. ‘UNSC, Spartans and Banished the fighter. on the surface of Zeta Halo. 200 fans in the UK, Germany and France can win a game of the “Master Piece” by entering the raffle on the official Xbox webpage.
Measuring 3m high by 6m wide (9.84ft by 19.69ft), the “Master Piece” is loaded with neat details and fun Easter eggs. Despite Infinite haloThe Master Chief campaign involving Master Chief being the only Spartan on the surface of Zeta Halo, as mentioned many other Spartans are shown here including one to the right of the Master Chief wearing the controversial cat-ear helmet known to fans. under the name of Meowlnir. In a cave just below the explosion of the Banished MAC cannon, fans can spot one of the HaloThe iconic Skull modifiers, although it’s hard to pinpoint which Skull it is exactly. Finally, and perhaps most interestingly, several UNSC Mantis walkers are present in the painting although they apparently do not appear in Infinite halo.
The “Master Piece” is yet another touching and dramatic Halo promotional pieces that convey the epic nature of the long-running sci-fi FPS franchise, especially the video featuring it. With the moving choral interpretation of Halo theme and the growing prospect of battle, it feels reminiscent of the legendary Halo 3 Diorama “Believe”, a detailed battlefield of miniatures and models that depicts the horrors of the Human-Covenant War as no room has before. It only remains for the players to become the Master Chief themselves and uncover the mysteries of Zeta Halo.
Infinite halo is available worldwide at 10:00 a.m. PST on December 8 for PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X / S.
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