Halo Infinite Themed RX 6900 XT GPU
AMD has revealed a new partnership with 343 Industries to support the development of Halo Infinite, and it’s commemorating the news by revealing the new Radeon RX 6900 XT Halo Infinite Limited Edition graphics card. But the sad part is you can’t buy the card, apparently.
This comes on a frantic Halo news day since 343 Industries published a video highlighting all the PC-specific features coming to Halo Infinite when it releases, like custom key bindings, changing your PC into a LAN server even Discord connectivity across platforms.
This collaboration shouldn’t come as a surprise since the AMD RDNA 2 architecture that powers the Radeon RX 6000 series is one and the same as the one seen in the Xbox Series S and X. As the sole PC partner, the main option of this team-up will be on “game title optimizations that serve a wide range of hardware and device endpoints from ultra-high-end gaming to older and cost-effective gaming machines as well as the whole Xbox family of consoles,” according to AMD.
The AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT Halo Infinite Limited Edition is created after Master Chief’s classic Mjolnir armor. There’s even a small Cortana-blue light on the back of the card that will mimic the AI slot in the back of Chief’s helmet. If you can’t get enough of Halo branded merchandise, 343 also joins forces with Razer to work on a line of PC peripherals that features a lot of green.
So, how can you get this amazing card? Well, that’s the thing. You can’t buy them because AMD isn’t selling them. AMD said in a blog post that they “will be working with the Halo team and other partners on multiple opportunities over the coming weeks to allow you to get your hands on one.”