Just Geek celebrates Halo’s 20th anniversary with limited edition merch

Halo 20th anniversary Just Geek

We are just over a month away from the 20th anniversary of Halo, and the release of Halo Infinite is not long after that. Just Geek is celebrating with new merch for fans.

Halo is one of the most successful video game franchises in history. Microsoft has a lot to thank Halo and Bungie for being an Xbox exclusive game. Months ago, the company announced a special edition Xbox Series X and Elite Series 2 controller to commemorate the game’s anniversary. Now it’s time for the official merchandise line on Just Geek.

20th anniversary merch

In honor of the franchise’s 20th anniversary, Just Geek has new Halo merchandise available, including a snapback, ceramic cup, and a CosCup featuring Master Chief. The snapback has an incredible design on the front with the classic character Master Chief, accompanied by typography referring to the 20th anniversary.

If you’re a fan of the Halo franchise who can’t go a day without their daily dose of coffee, this new tin commemorating this occasion is for you. This 312ml mug will look just as good on your collector’s shelf as it will with your hand wrapped around it in the morning, thanks to Halo‘s signature green hue and amazing design.

Last but not least, there’s the Halo Master Chief CosCup. This is essentially a cosplaying, reusable tumbler cup dressed up like Master Chief himself, designed and developed by Numskull. Without a doubt, this is more than simply a functional CosCup; it is also a collector’s piece due to its appealing appearance.

Except for the snapback, which you can get right now, the cup and Master Chief CosCup are available for pre-order on Just Geek’s Halo merchandise page.

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