Halo Master Chief Helmet Being Made by NECA Toys

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Cosplayers looking to attend a convention as Master Chief, your job just got a little easier. NECA, a toy manufacturer, is developing a street legal motorcycle helmet based on the one worn by Halo's protagonist.

"From the award-winning Halo video games," NECA's website reads, "this detailed replica of Master Chief's headgear is also a DOT-approved modular motorcycle helmet! Master Chief Petty Officer John-117 is a central figure at the forefront of the war against the Convenant and rumored to be the lone survivor of the declassified SPARTAIN-II project.

This limited edition helmet has a convenient modular design with glove-friendly opening mechanism and full list of features."
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A few prototype images were posted on NECA's official website. The helmet looks true to its source material.

Halo has been the flagship series for Xbox since its release in 2001. It focuses on an intergalactic war between the humans and an alien coalition known as The Covenant.

The fifth numbered installment of the Halo franchise will be released this fall. Titled Halo 5: Guardians, Master Chief is missing in the upcoming title. And it is up to series newcomer Spartan Locke to find him.

For more about Halo, visit its official website here.

(Via: Engadget)

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