Following The Mandalorian’s Amban Phase-pulse Blaster and more recently, the NERF LMTD Aliens M41-A Blaster is yet another prop-like NERF Blaster. This is another NERF LMTD blaster based on the Needler from the Halo video game franchise.

Hasbro NERF LMTD Halo Needler Blaster

Like the Amban Phase-pulse Blaster and the M41-A, the NERF LMTD Halo Needler Blaster is also totally display-worthy and it does come with a display stand for you to do so.

NERF has evolved beyond foam dart blasters; it is now worthy as a cosplay accessory too – thanks to the video game-accurate look, complete with the super cool needles covered the top of the blaster.

The needles are flexible and light up when you hold the grip. In addition, they will go dark when firing the darts to simulate how they have been fired from the blaster like it was in the game.

Hasbro NERF LMTD Halo Needler Blaster

There are other light-up accents that you can proudly show off by going into the display mode.

NERF LMTD Halo Needler Blaster is fully motorized, capable of unleashing 10 darts downrange in a row from the rotating, 10-dart drum.

It comes with 10 pieces of NERF Elite foam darts, as well as a game card with a code to unlock in-game content in the Halo Infinite video game.

Hasbro NERF LMTD Halo Needler Blaster

If you are sold, you can pre-order the NERF LMTD Halo Needler Blaster from and other toy retailers now for US$99.99. Delivery is expected to start from November 2022.

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All images courtesy of Hasbro.

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