The video game industry is a roller coaster in terms of information and although the last few years have been turbulent due to various problems, there is also room for those actions that show the commitment that exists in the social sphere. An example of this is the recent announcement by 343 Industries related to a project that they have been working on for years and that is in charge of developing prosthetic arms, which will now have a touch of Halo.
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Children and young people will receive prosthetic arms inspired by Halo
Through a statement on the official Xbox site, 343 Industries celebrated 4 years of working with the NGO Limbitless Solutions, specializing in arm prostheses for children and young people, which are created with 3D printing. Along with the recognition of this relationship in favor of society, the studio responsible for Halo took the opportunity to announce that 2 new pieces are in development and will be delivered to children and young people who need them at no cost thanks to a successful collection of money.
Limbitless and 343 Industries are excited to announce new Halo-inspired sleeves: welcome the Halo Infinite “Master Chief” and Halo: Reach Spartan “Kat” to Limbitless’ bionic arm collection! Read more on our blog.#Halo #HaloInfinite #MasterChief #Kat #BionicArm #Prosthetics pic.twitter.com/x6MXvorMeD
— Limbitless Solutions (@Limbitless3D) October 18, 2022
343i and Limbitless consider these little ones and young people as “bionic children” and this time they will be able to take the experience to the level of a video game hero because the new prosthetics will have the design inspired by the Master Chief in his version of Halo Infinite and Catherine- B320 “Kat” from Halo: Reach.
Although Master Chief’s prosthetic design stands out, for Limbitless the real gem is Kat’s design, as the NGO recalls that she was one of the first characters in the franchise to use a prosthesis, something that corresponds to the concept and mission that have handled.
Speaking of the Halo studio, the most recent information that has emerged is the possibility, according to rumors, that the engine that gave life to Halo Infinite is left behind to make way for Epic Games’ Unreal Engine.
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