Best Official Halo Merchandise in 2022

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Ever since its original release way, way back in 2001 (I was only three years old!) the Halo series has become one of the most widely known and commercially successful science fiction video game franchises in history, superseded only by titans of entertainment such as Star Wars and Star Trek. As such, the Halo universe has been the basis of a lot of official merchandise over the years, ranging from shirts to keychains and everything between. Here are some of our favorite official pieces of Halo merchandise.

If we had to choose

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There are a lot of different officially-licensed merchandise out there for Halo, and chances are, if there's something that you're looking for, it exists and is on the market. If I had to recommend something to get, though, I would say that getting the Spartan Locke Xbox Controller is a fantastic buy. It's a badass-looking controller that's not going to be available for purchase much longer. It's got a ton of detail on it compared to many other controller designs, and it's one of the best collectible items a big Halo fan can get.

If you're looking for something that has practical uses then the Master Chief Wallet's clear ID slot, abundance of extra card spaces, and awesome art design will offer the perfect way for you to manage your cash as well as your credit, debit, or gift cards while also representing the Halo franchise. If you're a fan of large projects and models, you'll absolutely love the Mega Bloks UNSC Infinity. It's large size and highly-detailed design will make for a fantastic-looking model on your shelf or desk.

Brendan Lowry

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