In case you've been living under a rock, it's the launch of Halo Infinite today! To celebrate, the Xbox team in the UK has been "taking over Oxford Circus" in London, complete with a "stunning" projection and Halo Warthog experience.
You can see the projection in the video above, which shows the Warthog air-lifted to the ground in front of the Halo ring. Meanwhile, the Halo Warthog simulator is a full-scale replica that can be tried at the Microsoft Experience Centre on Oxford Circus, and it's going to remain at the store for the foreseeable future.
And that's not all! Celebrated artist Iva Troj has also created a ‘Master Piece’ which is viewable for free in London at the Saatchi Gallery, and it shows Master Chief "locked in battle with his alien enemy and inspiring those around him to become heroes." The work will be available to view in London until December 15th.
Here's what the artist had to say about the piece:
“I was challenged to create a work in my own style, which typically has a dreamlike and sometimes fantastical quality, but ensuring that it’s instantly recognisable as Halo. I consequently spent a long time immersing myself in Halo’s universe to bring this to life in the manner of an old master but depicting a modern battle, and I hope Halo fans and gamers everywhere enjoy the results – including those smaller Easter eggs that you might not notice at first glance.
A rare combination of digital and traditional painting skills was required, as I worked alongside the 343 Industries development team; the painting was completed in just over a month."
Did you get a chance to see any of this in London earlier today? Let us know in the comments.
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