To celebrate Halo Infinite launching on PC, AMD is making a limited edition Radeon RX 6900 XT graphics card that looks like Mater Chief!
Halo Infinite is one of the most highly anticipated games of the year. For many Xbox fans, it may even be the most exciting game of the console generation so far.
However, Halo isn’t just releasing on Xbox this time – Master Chief will be coming to PC too. And, to celebrate this, graphics card manufacturer AMD is making a special limited edition Halo Infinite GPU.
Check out all of the details about the Halo Infinite Limited Edition AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT graphics card below.
But first, there is plenty of other limited edition Halo Infinite hardware that fans of the series are desperate to get:
- Limited Edition Xbox Series X Halo Infinite Console Pre-Order Guide
- Halo Infinite Limited Edition Elite Controller Series 2 Pre-Order Guide
AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT Halo Infinite Limited Edition Graphics Card Details
Developer 343 Industries has been hard at work improving the Halo Infinite frame rates on PC. However, frames would be the last of your worries with the new Halo-themed AMD graphics card.
Xbox Wire has announced that this new AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT is the “perfect graphics card to celebrate the release of Halo Infinite”. This is thanks to it being the most powerful GPU AMD has ever developed.
What’s more, its appearance is based on Master Chief’s iconic Mjolnir armor. Of course, it is the familiar green color. However, the details go much further than that.
The Limited Edition Halo Infinite AMD Graphics Card also features an iridium gold fan border as well as Master Chief’s ‘117’ Spartan callsign.
The last, and very subtle, feature is a small ‘Cortana blue’ light. This is to represent the AI slot at the back of Master Chief’s helmet.
This might be one of the coolest-looking graphics cards ever! Although don’t expect to be getting one easily.
The Halo Infinite Xbox Series X is selling for insane money on eBay already so don’t be surprised if you see these graphics cards on there soon too.
Meanwhile, the limited edition Halo Infinite Xbox series X restocks have left fans disappointed. There doesn’t seem to be enough of the consoles around at the moment.
Unfortunately, Microsoft claims that the Xbox Series X shortage will continue until 2022. At least Halo Infinite is playable on PC and Xbox One as well.