Halo Infinite’s long list of admirers has another addition: Elon Musk. In as many as two weeks, the eccentric billionaire expressed his love for the game twice on Twitter. The latest iteration of Xbox’s iconic first-person shooter game has garnered millions of fans across the world in just about two months since its release. The storyline follows from where it ended in Halo 5 Guardians, as Master Chief goes to Installation 7 to stop the Banished. Also Read - Elon Musk says Twitter deal ‘cannot move forward’ until it proves bot claims
Apart from his many interests ranging from space travel to cryptocurrency, Musk is also an avid gamer. In the past, he has professed his admiration for games such as Fallout 3, Deus Ex, Half-Life 2, and many more. The latest installation of Halo is just another addition to the list. What makes the game stand out is the frequency in which Musk has tweeted about it. Being one of the biggest influencers on Twitter, a shoutout by Musk can do wonders for any brand. And while Halo has its own loyal base of gamers, Musk’s activities on Twitter must have definitely added to its popularity. Also Read - Elon Musk duels with Twitter CEO over expanse of spam and bots on micro-blogging platform
Halo Infinite campaign is good Also Read - Snoop Dogg offers to buy Twitter as Elon Musk puts deal on hold: Here’s who else can buy it
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 30, 2022
The first of the two tweets were from January 16 in the form of a response to filmmaker and music composer John Carpenter. In the tweet, Musk claimed this rendition of the game to be the best. He tweeted, “Halo Infinite campaign is good.”
Musk’s initial tweet had fans buzzing, including Aron Greenberg, general manager of marketing at Xbox Gaming. He chipped in saying all that was missing was a Warthog and Cybertruck collaboration. The idea of an electric Warthog already had fans invested, and seeing Musk’s continued support for the game, fans can only dream of it being a reality sometime soon. Halo Infinite has more than 20 million players across Xbox and PC.