News: The Art of Halo Infinite: Exclusive Coverage


Halo Infinite is shaping up to be one of the most ambitious and graphically impressive games in the series. And if you want a glimpse into the game’s characters, worlds, and tech, Dark Horse Comics has you covered with The Art of Halo Infinite.IGN can debut exclusively on the cover of The Art of Halo Infinite, created by game art director Sparth. Check it out below:

Art by Sparth. (Image credit: Dark Horse Comics)

Here is the official Dark Horse description for The Art of Halo Infinite:

The legendary Super Soldier returns in Halo Infinite. 343 Industries and Microsoft are creating the biggest and most spectacular Halo to date. Halo Infinite makes its debut on the Xbox family of consoles, including the Xbox Series X, Microsoft’s latest and most powerful gaming console. To take full advantage of its stupendous graphic prowess, 343 Industries has built an all-new, next-generation game engine, giving their world-class artists the tools and technology to achieve the worlds, war and wonders of the world. Halo universe in unprecedented style. and loyalty. 343 Industries gave Dark Horse access to the art and artists that gave Halo Infinite a vibrant and vivid life. It’s all here in unparalleled detail, the heroes you’ve grown to love – the Master Chief, the brave UNSC soldiers, as well as the weapons, vehicles, villains and vistas – and of course, the eponymous environments. and gorgeous from Halo itself.

The Art of Halo Infinite is priced at $ 39.99 and is currently slated for release December 29, 2020. You can pre-order the book on Amazon.

We recently took a closer look at Halo Infinite at the Xbox Games Showcase. Learn about the new story and details of the villains revealed, and find out why 343 Industries says there won’t be a Halo Infinite 2.

IGN’s Brian Altano and Max Scoville recently unboxed another Dark Horse art book at Comic-Con @ Home. Check out the video below to see what you get with The World of Cyberpunk 2077 Deluxe Edition:

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