Halo-themed Tesla Cybertruck is the ultimate gaming accessory

Halo-themed Tesla Cybertruck is the ultimate gaming accessory
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Written by 

Tom Chapman


7th May 2024 16:33

While the Halo name is a sad shadow of its former self, there are those die-hard Spartans who think we could still return to the highs of Reach or Combat Evolved. It's fair to say that Halo Infinite wasn't as 'infinite' as 343 Industries suggested, meaning all eyes are on where the series goes next.

That's not to say there isn't a lot of love for the Halo name, and after Starfield failed to become the new poster boy of the Microsoft lineup, there's room for Master Chief to muscle back into the Green Team's good books. While we wait for his next adventure, Halo fans are finding ways to keep the franchise alive.

Cybertruck's Halo wrap is good enough for Master Chief

As shared in the Cybertruck Facebook group, SS Customs is selling a Razorback-themed Cybertruck wrap. Available in the classic camo, the Razorback wrap comes in at a jaw-dropping $2,700. Then again, with the 2024 Cybertruck starting from a hefty $81,895, what's a few thousand between friends? 

Promising that this wrap "transforms your Cybertruck into a mobile masterpiece," it apparently captures "the spirit of adventure and heroism that defines the popular gaming universe" and promises, "You are now the Master Chief." Just imagine riding around your neighbourhood in full Spartan armour. 

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When the wrap was shared on X, others couldn't help but fawn over it. "I've never even played Halo and I think this is awesome," said one fan, while another added, "This is the new winner." A third summed up, "I think the cybertruck will be the most modified vehicle ever. Rarely have I seen a refrigerator without magnets or other stuff on it 😂."

Warthog and Razorback wraps are nothing new for Cybertrucks, although most agree this is a cut above your standard one. Someone else asked for SS Customs to create a wrap inspired by Mass Effect's M35 Mako, and looking at how the Halo wrap has gone viral, we could imagine a whole line of gaming wraps. 

Tom Chapman
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Tom Chapman
Tom is Trending News Editor at GGRecon, with an NCTJ qualification in Broadcast Journalism and over seven years of experience writing about film, gaming, and television. With bylines at IGN, Digital Spy, Den of Geek, and more, Tom’s love of horror means he's well-versed in all things Resident Evil, with aspirations to be the next Chris Redfield.
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