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Minecraft X Halo DLC Gets an Update 7 Years Later for Halo Infinite

The Minecraft x Halo crossover DLC originally released in 2014 has received an update with the official release of Halo Infinite.
The Minecraft x Halo crossover DLC originally released in 2014 has received an update with the official release of Halo Infinite. / Microsoft, 343 Industries

The Minecraft x Halo crossover DLC originally released in 2014 has received an update with the official release of Halo Infinite.

Microsoft fans are in for a treat as two of the company's largest properties are coming together once again. According to an announcement tweet published to the verified Halo Twitter account on Friday, Dec. 10, the Master Chief Mash-up pack is now available on the Minecraft Marketplace for fans of both franchises.

"Safe to say, those caves are not natural formations," the announcement tweet reads, "Dig deep into your very own Minecraft mysteries with the Master Chief Mash-up pack."

Here's how to add it to your game.

How to Get the Master Chief Mash-up Minecraft x Halo DLC Pack

Players can purchase the Master Chief Mash-up pack from the Minecraft Marketplace store for 990 MineCoins.

According to its listing, the pack contains "new Skins, new Textures, classic Halo music, and an amazing Halo world filled with iconic moments to explore." The update has added eight extra skins themed after characters from Halo Infinite, including Jega ‘Rdomnai, Commander Laurette Agryna, and War Chief Escharum—among other things.

The original pack included a pre-made Halo-themed world, over 30 music tracks from the franchise, 40 other skins, and, now, emotes.

Microsoft reminds its users that Halo, Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo: Reach, Halo 4, and Halo 5 are rated "M" for mature audiences 17-years-old and above by the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB).