What you need to know
- Halo Infinite has free-to-play multiplayer, with both free unlocks and a paid Battle Pass.
- Speaking with IGN, 343 Industries shared some more details on what's in the first Battle Pass.
- This Battle Pass is themed primarily after Halo: Reach.
- Halo Infinite is scheduled to arrive on Dec. 8, 2021.
Halo Infinite is inbound, with developer 343 Industries sharing new details on what players can expect from the first premium Halo Infinite battle pass. Speaking with IGN, 343 Industries re-affirmed that this first season is themed after Halo: Reach, being appropriately titled "Heroes of Reach." There'll be a variety of armors from Reach, as well as Death Effects. You can see a teaser for some of these in the image that was provided to IGN below:
Notably, 343 Industries says this is the closest players have ever gotten to being able to look like the members of Noble Team from Halo: Reach. 343 Industries also tells IGN that for Spartans, outside of the aforementioned "Fractures" cosmetics, things will be lore-appropriate, meaning there's no dancing emotes coming, at least for now.
Halo Infinite's multiplayer is entirely free-to-play on all platforms, with 120 FPS support on Xbox Series X|S. The multiplayer will grow from season to season, with a list of Halo Infinite maps that's sure to get bigger over time. Halo Infinite is currently slated to launch on Dec. 8, 2021.
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Does anyone know if we get to keep the stuff we earned on flights for halo Infinite?
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