Halo fans contribute to Living Monument of Master Chief


To celebrate the release of Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, and the tenth anniversary of the Halo series, Microsoft and 343 Industries have invited fans of the franchise to build a living momument, based on their screenshotted fondest memories of the games, which will be incorporated into a 3D rendering of the hero of the series, Master Chief.

Fans can upload their memories via a screenshot to HaloLivingMonument.com right now, and their contributions will be integrated into an interactive, 3D mosiac of Master Chief which features images by other fans from all across the world. Individuals visiting the website will be able to check out the mosiac, rate submissions and share them via social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. And if screenshotting isn’t your style, you can also upload a comment about your favourite memory in the series.

Fans who do decide to upload a screenshot will have the chance to see their submission in a Halo Tribute video, set to pay homage to the fans and community built around the franchise. And the good news for Aussie Halo fans is that we can visit  facebook.com/XboxANZ to unlock a “Service to Halo Award” application, which will provide over 75 customizable badges to be used to create our own halo badge to share with other Facebook fans.

A living monument to one of the most iconic videogame characters, incorporating favourite moments from fans – pretty awesome idea right? Don’t forget to head to the website if you want your favourite moment to be included!

Source: Capsule Computers

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