Halo stickers come to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Halo stickers have been added to CS:GO, allowing fans to customize their weapons with Master Chief's helmet and more.
What you need to know
- A Halo-themed sticker capsule has been added to CS:GO.
- Each sticker capsule costs $0.99.
- People who own and play The Master Chief Collection on PC will receive an exclusive Halo music kit.
Valve announced in a blog post that a Halo-themed sticker capsule has arrived for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, allowing players to decorate weapons with Master Chief's helmet and other types of Halo iconagraphy. Each sticker capsule costs $0.99 and gives you a random sticker from the set. The full list of stickers can be seen in this Tweet from the official CS:GO account:
Today we're excited to ship the @Halo Sticker Capsule in CS:GO! As an added bonus, users who purchase and play The Master Chief Collection on Steam will receive an exclusive Halo Music Kit in CS:GO. pic.twitter.com/s41vyGqMhqToday we're excited to ship the @Halo Sticker Capsule in CS:GO! As an added bonus, users who purchase and play The Master Chief Collection on Steam will receive an exclusive Halo Music Kit in CS:GO. pic.twitter.com/s41vyGqMhq— CS:GO (@CSGO) November 26, 2019November 26, 2019
In addition, Valve announced that any players who own and play The Master Chief Collection on PC when it (and Halo: Reach, its first game) becomes available on December 3 will get an exclusive Halo music kit. The specific soundtracks in the kit haven't yet been specified, but it will no doubt include some of the most iconic scores from the Halo franchise.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is available for free on Steam, and The Master Chief Collection is available for pre-order on PC for $40.
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