Tuesday, October 26th, 2021

Rockstar Energy Drink inspired by Halo Infinite is now available

Xbox has partnered with Rockstar Energy Drink to announce a series of collector’s edition cans. All of these feature the iconic Master Chief design and are now available for purchase. Each can gives fans the chance to win in-game cosmetics and even the Xbox Series X console.

The series has five different flavors, original, sugar-free, fruit punch, silver ice, and blackberry goji for a limited time in the United States, all matching a unique design. All five are now available in the United States, so drink them up.

Where to order Halo Infinite Rockstar Energy Drink

Halo Infinite

Rockstar Energy Drink, Limited Edition Blackberry Goji

Pre-order on October 18th. 16 ounce cans (12 packs).

Rockstar Energy Drink, Silver Ice

Halo Infinite

Rockstar Energy Drink, Silver ice

16 ounce cans (12 packs)

Rockstar Energy Drink, Fruit Punch

Halo Infinite

Rockstar Energy Drink, Fruit punch

16 ounce cans (12 packs)

Rockstar Energy Drink, Sugar Free

Halo Infinite

Rockstar Energy Drink, Sugar Free

16 ounce cans (12 packs)

Rockstar Energy Drink, Original

Halo Infinite

Rockstar Energy Drink, original

16 ounce cans (12 packs)

You can now order each of the five Halo Infinite designs on Amazon. The only flavor not readily available is the limited-time Blackberry Goji Can, released on October 18, 2021.

These aren’t just for appearance, but you can also give your fans Halo Infinite’s in-game content, along with a chance to win special prizes such as a copy of the game or the Xbox Series X itself. Below each can tab is a 2XP token, an in-game emblem, and a black and gold “Nocturne Star” collection of vehicle and weapon coatings (see below).

For information on how to use the code under the tabs and the complete programming rules, fans should visit the following site: Halo.RockstarEnergy.com.. If you want to taste Halo Infinite before the release, 343 has been running test flights over the past few weeks, and there could be more flights before the official release date of December 8th.

Following previous tests, the 343 has made several improvements, including radar changes. If you play on your computer, you can check the system requirements for your Halo Infinite PC.

Robert Anderson is IGN’s trading expert and commerce editor.You can follow him @ robertliam21 On Twitter.