The company commissioned artist Iva Troj to create a large 6m by 3m painting, which is currently on display at the Saatchi Gallery in London.
The painting has been created in a Renaissance art style, and shows Master Chief engaging in battle with enemies.
The art was revealed in a new video in which a choir stands next to the painting in the Saatchi Gallery, singing the Halo theme.
This video can be seen in the embed below:
Halo Infinite - Masterpiece
Of her latest creation, Troj said: “I was challenged to create a work in my own style, which typically has a dreamlike and sometimes fantastical quality, but ensuring that it’s instantly recognisable as Halo.
“I consequently spent a long time immersing myself in Halo’s universe to bring this to life in the manner of an old master but depicting a modern battle, and I hope Halo fans and gamers everywhere enjoy the results – including those smaller Easter eggs that you might not notice at first glance.
“A rare combination of digital and traditional painting skills was required, as I worked alongside the 343 Industries development team; the painting was completed in just over a month.”
The full-sized Halo art is on display at the Saatchi Gallery in London until December 15, while a smaller replica of the piece will also be on display at the Carrousel du Louvre shopping centre in Paris until December 19.
VGC published its Halo Infinite review on Monday, awarding the game 4/5 stars..
“Halo Infinite’s move to a more open-world structure feels like a new beginning for the series, with nostalgic nods and fresh introductions combining to great effect,” it reads. “Both the campaign and multiplayer have room for improvement, but the core experience is strong.”