Ever wonder how Halo's Moa meat tastes? You can now buy Pringles flavored like it
The latest flavor of Pringles is out of this world, literally.
What you need to know
- Walmart is selling Moa burger-flavored Pringles for a limited time.
- Moa are a type of bird within Halo Reach.
If you're looking for a new gaming snack, you may want to make your way over to Walmart. For a limited time, the retailer is selling Moa burger-flavored Pringles. The wavy crisps — remember, Pringles technically aren't chips — are based on the birds within Halo Reach.
In Halo Reach, there were advertisements within the game for a fictional Moa burger. Apparently, the birds are lean, similar to Earth's ostriches or emus.
Get the limited-edition @Pringles Moa Burger exclusively at @Walmart now! Our latest shipments from Reach have arrived, so be sure to grab them while you can. pic.twitter.com/7NAR8Oth7JGet the limited-edition @Pringles Moa Burger exclusively at @Walmart now! Our latest shipments from Reach have arrived, so be sure to grab them while you can. pic.twitter.com/7NAR8Oth7J— Halo (@Halo) March 3, 2021March 3, 2021
The official Halo Twitter account shared the news about the Moa burger Pringles. The account states that the crisps are only available for a limited time, though it didn't specify how long they'll be available.
Even if you don't like the taste of Moa meat, the can might be a cool collector's item. The Pringles mascot, Julius Pringles, has a headset with a wraparound microphone, much like the best Xbox One headsets.
What a wonderful world we live in. When I was a kid, there were only a few flavors of Pringles. Now, you can get some wavy crisps based on Halo's Moa birds.
Remember Reach (on modern hardware)
From the beginning, you know the end
Though not perfect, Halo: Reach's PC port is well-done, and its quality should excite fans about the other Halo games coming to the platform in the future.
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