Halo Legendary Crate can now be ordered, purchasers join Fireteam Apollo

A few weeks ago, it was announced that 343 Industries was teaming up with LootCrate to bring exclusive Halo figurines, apparel, game content, and various other merchandise through their subscription based package service. Today, the Xbox Wire has announced that the Halo Legendary Crate is officially available for purchase with a pay model that includes monthly, bi-yearly, or yearly subscriptions.

The description on the purchase page states:

Join Spartan Fireteam Apollo with the Halo Legendary Crate: a mystery subscription service delivering 5-7 EXCLUSIVE collectibles from the biggest moments in the Halo universe, including a new figure line made just for this crate, apparel, in-game content and other UNSC-approved loot, every 2 months.

The Halo Legendary Crate will be shipping out every two months with the first month celebrating the official release with the founders exclusive SPARTAN-IV Initiation Crate. It will include figurines such as Commander Sarah Palmer and Fireteam Osiris. A sneak peek of the figure will be available at RTX 2016 on July 1st, or you can check it out on the Halo stream on Twitch.tv.

Purchase the Halo Legendary Crate by August 15 by 9pm PT to make sure you get the founder's crate. As an added bonus, subscribers to the Halo Legendary Crate that link their Microsoft account will become a member of Fireteam Apollo. This limited "superfan program" will have access to exclusive in-game content such as an emblem and REQ packs for Halo 5: Guardians. Another perk tossed in with the Fireteam Apollo includes a forum badge for regulars on Halo Waypoint.

Whether you link your Microsoft account or not, customers that sign up for the yearly subscription will receive a legendary pin in their first crate that will not be available afterward. For Halo fans, the Halo Legendary Crate will be the ultimate show and tell, especially for those spending the bigger bucks.

The Halo Legendary Crate can be purchased through LootCrate on their official website.

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