A Pringles Double XP Promotion for Halo Infinite Has Been Revealed
Halo Infinite is Partnering With Pringles for Double XP Codes
The expected launch of Halo Infinite is just months away and fans of the hit first person shooter franchise are foaming at the mouth waiting to hear more about the game and when they can get their hands on it. Luckily for them, someone has shared an image of a Pringles can which reveals that they are partnering up for Double XP codes.
If you’re not new to ModernWarzone, this may seem all too familiar. Last year we revealed the title for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War via a Dorito’s promotion for double XP as well. This is no different. An anonymous source has sent ModernWarzone an image of the partnership in question that you can find below, and it’s led us to believe a few things.
Pringles Promotion with Halo Infinite Begins September 15, 2021
At first glance this seems like nothing, however when noticing the dates one may realize that Halo Infinite hasn’t announced it’s launch date yet, and it certainly won’t be in September. Many are speculating that the game will release in mid to late November, following the expected release of Call of Duty: Vanguard on November 5th. The dates explicitly mentioned are September 15, 2021 through January 31, 2022. The following is purely speculation, so feel free to click away if that doesn’t interest you.
The dates in question leads ModernWarzone to believe that there may be some sort of beta for Halo Infinite that fans will be able to use their Double XP rewards from qualifying cans of Pringles on. Whether or not this is true remains to be seen, but it would be strange to have the promotion start on such an early date without giving players the ability to use the rewards they’ve earned. Then again, we are NOT Halo insiders, and anything could happen.
As of the writing of this article no release date has been announced for Halo Infinite. The first set of technical flight tests have came and went, yet there has seemingly been zero marketing surrounding the game since then. For a series as core to the success of Xbox and it’s newer generation consoles as Halo, it’s understandable that fans are yearning for any bit of information to sink their teeth into so late in the year.
At the time of writing this has not been confirmed by any outside sources. We will be sure to update the article if anything arises from these findings. For all of your First Person Shooter Genre Gaming news, be sure to stay tuned to ModernWarzone on twitter and our website.