Hasbro unveils 'ultimate' Nerf version of the Halo Needler gun
The NERF LMTD Halo Needler which looks and acts like an ideal test weapon does not shoot, but can shoot 10 darts at high speed into a drum in a row.
The third Halo offering from Hasbro in its high-end Nerf gun range is the Nerf Halo MA40 Blaster. Sadly, the NERF LMTD Halo Needler who looks and acts like an extra from the iconic Covenant Weapon is still not shooting in the home games, but he will shoot 10 darts out of rapid fire drums in a row. The third entry in Hasbros Halo series of Nerf pistols resembles and looks like the iconic Halo weapon but does not fire home: The Halo Needle, which appears to appear like an "extra" from Halo Covenant weapon, shoots up to 10 arrows in a row from rapid-fire drums.
The 10-dart drum filled with 10 NERF Elite foam darts that comes with the weapon, the weapon display mode activated with Enlightenment, a feature that details the captured appearance of the alien and a gun stand that comes with the Nerf toy. The 10-dart drum is illuminated with the details that capture the look of the gun and the display.
Also included with the Nerf Needler is a code to unlock Halo Infinite content in-game. Hasbro has promised to put cards and game codes in the box along with Infinite Content. Also included in the game is a map with content for both the game and Halo Infinite.
Hasbro didn't tell you, but it wouldn't be surprising if it were related to the Needler. What Hasbro doesn't tell you is not surprising when the infinite content in the game is linked to the Half-Needler Gun. What hasbro didn't say was that it wasn't shocking that the card field code had "infinite content in the game" and that the material could be linked to it.