We've broken down everything players need to know about the Halo Infinite Season 1 Battle Pass.
Halo Infinite's multiplayer has opened and players are already strategizing their plan of attack for the battle pass. Like any multiplayer online game, 343 Industries has outfitted Halo Infinite with a multi-tiered reward system that players can work through as they spend time inside the game. Below, we've broken down some key aspects that players need to know about the battle pass.
Halo Infinite Season 1 Battle Pass Guide
Season 1 starts on Nov. 15 and will run through to May 2, 2022. According to 343 Industries developers, this unusually long runtime will be unique to Season One. All other seasons will only last three months at a time.
Additionally unique to this season: those who get the Premium Battle Pass will be able to work on in during other seasons, as well. This pass will not expire so there's no pressure to work through the 100+ tiers of content by the beginning of May next year.
In order to progress through the tiers, players will need to complete specific challenges issued daily and weekly throughout the season. Simply playing the game as one normally would does not affect the pass. Players will need to be actively engaged in working through their battle pass in order to unlock its higher tiers.
Those who dislike the challenges of the day or week can use a Challenge Swap to grab a new one. XP boost items will also apply to battle pass experience.
According to a post on the Halo Waypoint news site, this pass features over 100 tiers of rewards. These include a variety of items such as "additional armor pieces, weapon charms, visors, coatings, emblems, Armor FX, and more!"
Both the pass and Halo Infinite's multiplayer mode are currently available.