Halo Infinite Artbook Announced From Dark Horse Comics
The Halo franchise has taken fans all over space from Earth to massive Halo installations, and along the way, a lot of concept art has shown off the weapons, gear, environments, and more that developers worked with before arriving at the final product that fans have come to know and love. Halo Infinite is no different, featuring a totally new adventure filled with a new threat across an awe-inspiring environment. A new artbook has now been announced for the upcoming, giving fans an inside look at the road 343 Industries traveled as they developed Halo Infinite into what it will be when it releases later this year.
A recent Dark Horse blog post reveals that there will be two variants to the Halo Infinite artbook. The Standard Edition features a plethora of work from the incredibly talented artists who worked on the upcoming sci-fi shooter. This edition will also feature a brand-new piece of cover art from concept artist and Halo Infinite’s art director, Sparth. The Deluxe Edition of The Art of Halo Infinite comes with a unique cover featuring the Master Chief’s Mjolnir Armor along with other exclusive features, though, the post doesn’t go into detail as to what the other exclusive features may be.
Halo Infinite is set to arrive this Holiday season as a launch title for the Xbox Series X and will also be available for PC and the Xbox One. The Art of Halo Infinite book is set to launch this Holiday season as well but is available for pre-order now through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and local comic book stores. The standard edition of the artbook will run fans $39.99 while the Deluxe Edition is priced at $79.99. Let us know your thoughts on the upcoming artbook and more in the comments section below. As always don’t forget to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for 24/7 coverage of all things gaming and entertainment.
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