It looks like Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is getting something of a Halo crossover, in the form of some stickers. Yes, stickers! CS:GO developer Valve has announced on the game’s Twitter channel that it’s added a capsule of the items inspired by Microsoft’s fellow long-running FPS series ready for purchase in the game.
The collection of stickers introduces three types – paper, holo, and foil – with some iconic emblems, like the Halo Master Chief helmet, a ‘Killjoy’ sticker based on the medal of the same name from Halo 3, Halo: Reach, and Halo 4 multiplayer, and more. Get a look for yourself below.
But that’s not all – the tweet also announces: “As an added bonus, users who purchase and play The Master Chief Collection on Steam will receive an exclusive Halo Music Kit in CS:GO.” If you’re keen to get an idea of this in-game, the CS:GO Twitter account has replied to to the tweet with “a sample,” which you can check out here.
Check out the new Halo-themed stickers for CS:GO below:
Today we're excited to ship the @Halo Sticker Capsule in CS:GO! As an added bonus, users who purchase and play The Master Chief Collection on Steam will receive an exclusive Halo Music Kit in CS:GO. pic.twitter.com/s41vyGqMhq
— CS:GO (@CSGO) November 26, 2019
Stickers in CS:GO are single-use items you can use in the game to change the appearance of your weapons, though you can ‘scrape’ them to partially or totally remove them, depending on your preference.
In other Counter-Strike news, a CS:GO player recently caught 15k cheaters using vigilante AI. Plus, CS:GO Operation Shattered Web is now here, so there are new maps, agents to unlock, and a battle pass to get stuck into.