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CSGO adds Halo music and stickers to celebrate MCC debut on Steam

Published: 26/Nov/2019 22:21 Updated: 26/Nov/2019 22:25

by Michael Gwilliam


Counter-Strike has shocked the world by adding a surprise Halo sticker collection to anyone who buys The Master Chief Collection on Steam.

CS: GO revealed the collaboration in a Twitter post on November 26. The collection includes multiple Master Chief helmet stickers and a Spartan logo.

Hilariously, one of the Master Chief helmet stickers is referred to as “Mister Chief” and features a cartoonish caricature of the Microsoft icon.

“Today, we’re excited to ship the @Halo Sticker Capsule in CS:GO!” they said on Twitter. “As a bonus, users who purchase and play The Master Chief Collection on Steam will receive an exclusive Halo Music Kit in CS:GO.”


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In a reply, the Twitter account posted a sample of the classic rocking Halo theme in-game, and it shockingly fits the tone of Counter-Strike quite well. While it’s unlikely to be used in tournament play, it will surely be a mainstay of streamers and more casual observers of matches.

According to the November 26 CSGO patch notes, “Owners of The Master Chief Collection on Steam, after they accrue sufficient playtime in the game, will also receive The Master Chief Collection Music Kit.”

Unfortunately, the notes do not state exactly how long players will need to play to unlock the music kit.


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The Master Chief Collection is Halo’s debut on Steam and will be released on December 3. In total, the collection will come jam-packed with seven games in the franchise.

  • Halo: The Master Chief Collection
  • Halo: Reach
  • Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary
  • Halo 2: Anniversary
  • Halo 3
  • Halo 3: ODST
  • Halo 4

The collaboration is undoubtedly one of the wildest in recent memory. Still, given the competitive ties between the two franchises, it’s bound to make a lot of gamers delighted to be able to listen to the iconic Halo theme while taking names in CS:GO.