Halo’s Master Chief Has Never Looked Better in This Awesome Figurine
Master Chief, the main hero of the Halo franchise, received his very own figurine. It's paired with a variety of weapons and features stunning detail.
1000toys has released a beautiful new figurine of the Halo series own hero Master Chief. Standing at over 7-inches tall and outfitted in his iconic Mjolnir Mark V armor, the figure is available now for purchase. The action figure will cost about $125 but seeing the size and how much detail went into the model, the price tag is quite justified.
Check out the gallery below for tons of screenshots showing the figurine at multiple angles:
The full product details are posted below:
Item name : 1/12 scale RE:EDIT Master Chief MJOLNIR Mark V
Figure size : 180mm
Material : ABS, Die-cast ,PA,POM, PVC, Die-cast Metal
Weight : 500g/1.1lbs
Contents : ‘Main Figure, Exchangeable Hands(5sets), Energy Sword, M6D Pistol x 2pcs, MA5B assault rifle, Pistol Mount Parts
The recent Xbox Games Showcase gave us a taste of what’s to come for Microsoft’s premiere next-gen console, the Xbox Series X. As there’s nothing that could possibly go better with a new Xbox console than the latest game in the seminal Halo franchise, it wasn’t much of a surprise that fans were treated to over 11 whole minutes of new gameplay and campaign footage from the upcoming Halo Infinite. The footage showed off everything from Grunt throwing Brutes to the series’ first attempt at crafting an open-world experience.
However, the biggest and long-lasting takeaway from the presentation has been the graphics, which to many fans looked rather unimpressive. In response to the criticism and Digital Foundry’s extensive analysis (and even Domino’s official Twitter dunking on it), Halo community manager John Junyszek released a statement on the matter:
“Based on our learnings from Halo 4, Halo 5, and Halo Wars 2 — along with strong community feedback — we decided to shift back towards the legacy aesthetics that defined the original trilogy. With Halo Infinite, we’re returning to a more ‘classic’ art style which was a key message going back to the very first reveal that garnered enthusiastic and positive responses. This translates to a more vibrant palette, “cleaner” models and objects with less “noise,” though it doesn’t mean less detail.
“While we appreciate this may not be everyone’s personal preference, we stand by this decision and are happy to see it resonating with so many fans around the world.”