Xbox has partnered with rock-star energy drink makers to create five Halo Infinite-inspired cans. Each case was designed by a different artist, who had the opportunity to present his interpretation to the master. It will be available in five flavors including original, sugar-free, blackberry goji, fruit punch and silver ice.
The artists responsible for designing the cases are:Matt Taylor (Original): Matt Taylor, based in Brighton, England, specializes in illustrations and comics. Taylor used American comedies and classics from the 1950s and 1960s for 10 years of his illustrative career. Oliver Bart (No Sugar): Oliver is an artist and designer based in Cleveland, Ohio and currently based in Austin, Texas. He spent nearly a decade as a designer in commercial and marketing agencies, and prior to that worked as an artist, serving clients such as 20th Century Fox, A24, Amazon, DC Comics, Disney, Variety, and Vice. Hydro74 (Blackberry Goji): Joshua M. Smith, also known as Hydro74, works as a designer and artist in Orlando, Florida. During his 20 years of published work, he has been known for pushing the boundaries of contemporary art. He is very interested in creating new areas and expanding his artistic influence with his peers and the brands in which he collaborates. Dan Mumford (Fruit Punch): Dan Mumford is a freelance illustrator based in central London, England, where he runs Dan Mumford Limited Studios. For the past 13 years, Memford has been in pop culture and music, creating everything from album covers, branding and screen printing to new interpretations of classic movie posters and albums. Yoko Shimizu (Silver Ice): Yoko Shimizu is a New York-based Japanese painter whose work combines Japanese heritage with contemporary landmarks. Shimizu's work addresses a wide range of serious issues, but they can be light and whimsical. From October 1 to December 31, players can also unlock unique in-game content and win prizes using tokens on the tabs of each Halo Infinite series.
< Rewards bundle includes Xbox Series X console, Halo Infinite digital edition, Razer Raptor 27-inch gaming monitor, and Razer Kaira Pro Halo Infinite headset. The grand prize, given to the lucky US winner, includes a custom Gladiator Jeep with massive 43-inch tires, performance upgrades and a professional suspension.
Entrants and enthusiasts may enter and read the full competition rules and code on the Rockstar website.
Halo Infinite was launched on December 8, 2021 for Xbox One, Xbox Series, and Microsoft Windows.
Xbox partners with Rockstar energy drink on Halo-inspired collecting cans