Sad Halo Infinite fans who buy Dragon Guns look terrible in action

A spartan holding a rifle with a cheetos barrel in Halo Infinite.

Image: 343 Industries / Frito Lay / Kotaku

Give the fourth time of its samurai event, Halo Infinite is selling a weapon attachment featuring a dragon. It attaches to the barrel of your battle rifle, in theory making your gun look like it’s spewing fire every time you fire. The only problem? From a first-person perspective — you know, the perspective where you actually play Halo Infinite– it doesn’t look like a dragon.

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In Halo InfiniteIn this week’s microtransaction store, you’ll find the Crimson Serpent Weapon set for 600 credits ($6, or slightly cheaper if you’re a Game Pass member). It includes a lavish red and black weapon skin that works with eight guns — including, ultimately, a Hydra launcher — plus an Orochi’s Breath weapon attachment, which is said to look like this:

A Spartan stares at a rifle in Halo Infinite.

Screenshots: 343 Industries / Kotaku

But in a real match, it looks like… a Cheeto:

Others have shown how, when you apply green skin to your rifle, Orochi’s Breath bears a strong resemblance to an irradiated piece of Extra:

It’s easy to see how one player could end up with this. After all, there’s no way to preview what weapon attachments will actually look like in-game before you buy them. It’s not clear how the design made it through development without someone pointing and going, “lol.” Representing Microsoft, Halo Infinitepublisher, did not respond to a request for comment.

Last month, the developer 343 Industries to be overhauled How Halo InfiniteThe microtransaction store is up and running, separating individual items from bundles and offering wide discounts. Overall, the Cobra Weapon Set is something better than what has come before; over half a dozen weapon skins for 600 credits which is unprecedented price before the store remade. Players responded in kind, calling it everything from “pretty good deal” arrive “best value out of any package. ”

But Orochi’s Breath poses a small problem: Halo Infinite will allow you to see what weapon attachments look like from a first-person perspective before you buy them. It’s the most petty of all the fallacies, but when you ask people to transfer real money, such a feature pops up. Otherwise you will have players accidentally buying Cheeto. Sad Halo Infinite fans who buy Dragon Guns look terrible in action

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