If you’re heading to Walmart, you can now pick up a can of Pringles inspired by the world of Halo.
This new snack, inspired by 2010’s Halo: Reach, is a Walmart-exclusive limited edition. According to IGN, the new flavor is out in stores now.
The”Moa Burger” flavor comes from the moa, delicacy those on the planet Reach ate often, according to in-game lore. Physically, moas resemble ostriches and several flocks of the creatures can live around Reach. In the game world, humans treat them as pets and cuisine, much like we see with some real-world livestock.
There’s a special advertisement in Halo: Reach players can watch as well as a Moa-specific reward to earn within the game’s “Winter Contingency” mission. It requires Spartans to kill seven of them, awarding the “Keep It Clean” achievement.
Unlike many snack food and drink promotions, the Moa Burger chips don’t come with any free digital items. There is, however, a companion Monster Energy and Halo Infinite crossover. The energy drink manufacturer is giving away a trip for 2 to France as well as in-game experience and several Xbox Series X systems to give away.
The Pringles collaboration comes at a slightly odd time. Previously, Halo Infinite was meant for a much earlier release in 2020. It’s likely this flavor was conceived before 343 Industries’ impending release was pushed back to fall 2021.
Currently, 343 Industries still plans to release Halo Infinite this year. Barring any unforeseen circumstances, the first next-gen Halo experience will still arrive in time for the holidays. Xbox Series X owners will have the chance to see how the Halo story continues when the game does launch. The previous main Halo story, Halo 5: Guardians, released in 2015.