The upcoming release of Halo Infinite means a ton of new toys are on the way. A massive new Halo Megaconstrux set has just been announced, featuring over four-hundred pieces for builders to play with.
Megaconstrux has been putting out buildable Halo toys for a while now. We're getting closer and closer to the launch of Halo Infinite, so it should be no surprise that they have a fair few new toys that are launching soon. One of the newest announcements is an absolutely massive 450-piece kit that will give you a ton of new things to build.
Set the stage for battle! Grab the @MegaConstrux 450-piece Building Box, featuring 2 collectible micro action figures, unique pieces, and 3 building ideas to get you started.— Halo (@Halo) August 7, 2020
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What's in the New Halo Megaconstrux Set?
Here's what you'll get in this new Halo-themed Megaconstrux Building Box according to the product's website:
- 450 pieces, including
- Special pieces like wheels, risers, etc.
- Unique shapes
- A builder's multi-tool and brick separator
- Resealable storage box
- 2 collectible micro action figures with 12 points of articulation
- Spartan Gungnir
- Spartan EVA
- 3 building ideas to get started and "many more" available online
When is the New Halo Megaconstrux Release Date?
If you'd like to get this great box of Halo blocks, you're going to have a bit of a wait — Amazon says that it's coming out on September 30, 2020.
It's going to be a couple months before it launches, so you might want to get something else to tide yourself over. The Halo Infinite Conflict Pack gives you a Master Chief and Brute Warrior micro action figure for just ten bucks.
If you want to go a little bigger, you can grab the Halo Infinite Vehicle Defense Point Showdown and score a bunch of micro action figures and a big ol' turret to build. Or, you can drop the big bucks and pick up the massive 31" UNSC Infinity model and make your spouse question their decision to date you.
You can pre-order the new Halo Megaconstrux Building Box on Amazon right now for $29.99 or your regional equivalent. It might not be a bad idea to supplement it with a pre-order for the Warthog Run kit so you have a Master Chief and Arbiter model to play with, too. As for Halo Infinite, we'll hopefully get to play it sometime before the end of 2020.
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