In case you haven't heard, Bungie has been celebrating their 20th anniversary (and 10 years of Halo goodness) lately, and as part of that celebration, they've unlocked in-game features for the entire Halo community to enjoy.
The Blue Flames, previously exclusive to Bungie employees, has recently been made available to everyone with access to Bungie.net, not just iOS users. The second perk is the Bungie Nameplate, another exclusive-made-public, and you can find it where you normally go to change your Halo Nameplate.
Note that you'll only have until the end of Bungie Day, July 7, to redeem your blue fire helmet effect. Wear your Bungie memorabilia proudly, Halo fans, and be sure to try your hand at Steakacular, when Bungie sends some of their best into Reach to take on the community. Should you encounter these teams of Bungie representatives in multiplayer, you can attempt to kick their asses and win steak from the studio. Yes, they will send you physical steaks for beating them at their own game.
And now, a word from Red vs. Blue.