There are tons of different collectibles available across the expansive Halo Infinite campaign, but for fans of the Halo Infinite multiplayer experience, the most important ones are the pieces of cosmetic rewards. These give players access to customization items that can be used during multiplayer gameplay, rewarding fans who purchased the campaign and explored the vast open world of Zeta Halo.
These rewards are available from containers called Armor Lockers. In this guide, we'll go over what Armor Lockers are, how you can find them, and what rewards they contain.
What are Halo Infinite Armor Lockers?
Halo Infinite's Armor Lockers are containers that you can find in Halo Infinite's open world. When approached and opened, these containers will reward you with a cosmetic multiplayer item. Most of these rewards are armor coatings, weapon coatings, and vehicle coatings, but there are also several weapon charms and player emblems available as well.
Armor lockers appear in the open world as large olive green UNSC lockers that have a flashing green light and a holographic UNSC logo above them. They also have the UNSC logo painted in white on the front as well.
How to find Halo Infinite Armor Lockers
To find Armor Lockers, you'll need to retake each of Halo Infinite's FOBs from Banished forces in the open world. These small UNSC outposts reveal the locations of several different nearby collectibles when captured, including Armor Lockers. Once you've retaken all of the FOBs on the map, you'll be able to see where all of the Armor Lockers are located. On the map, they are represented by a locker icon.
All Halo Infinite campaign unlocks
There are 34 different Armor Lockers in Halo Infinite's campaign, and each one gives you a unique cosmetic item. Here's an overview of every unlock you can earn in the campaign by finding Armor Lockers:
|Banished Deception||Armor Coating|
|Dogfight Makovich||Armor Coating|
|Scorpion Horvath||Armor Coating|
|Wild Kovan||Armor Coating|
|Obelisk Stone||Armor Coating|
|Crimson Vettel||Armor Coating|
|Shadow Sorel||Armor Coating|
|Midnight Griffin||Armor Coating|
|Blood Shadow||Armor Coating|
|Warmaster's Prize||Weapon Coating (MA40 Assault Rifle)|
|Warmaster's Prize||Weapon Coating (BR75 Battle Rifle)|
|Warmaster's Prize||Weapon Coating (VK78 Commando)|
|Warmaster's Prize||Weapon Coating (M41 SPNKr)|
|Warmaster's Prize||Weapon Coating (CQS48 Bulldog)|
|Banished Deception||Vehicle Coating (M12 Warthog)|
|Banished Deception||Vehicle Coating (M12R Rocket Hog)|
|Banished Deception||Vehicle Coating (M808 Scorpion)|
|Banished Deception||Vehicle Coating (M290 Mongoose)|
|Banished Deception||Vehicle Coating (M290-M Gungoose)|
|Banished Deception||Vehicle Coating (M15 Razorback)|
|Dogfight Makovich||Vehicle Coating (AV-49 Wasp)|
The Halo Infinite campaign is available now for $60 on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, and Windows PCs. It's one of the best Xbox shooters ever made, so you should definitely pick it up and give it a shot.
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Brendan Lowry is a Windows Central writer and Oakland University graduate with a burning passion for video games, of which he's been an avid fan since childhood. You'll find him doing reviews, editorials, and general coverage on everything Xbox and PC. Follow him on Twitter.
I can't help but wonder if the original cosmetic unlock frequency was originally slowed down in multiplayer to account for the campaign unlock frequency. It would have been an overcorrection, but it would make more sense given how slow it was during the "beta"' launch.
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