Halo fans are eager to get the jump on Halo Infinite's first confirmed event, Fracture: Tenrai.
It appears that 343 Industries is all in on supporting their Spartan fans. Along with the reveal of the free Halo Infinite multiplayer, the developers confirmed that the game's first-ever event will be taking place within the next week. Fracture: Tenrai will run for approximately one full week and feature a variety of unique rewards and experiences.
Here's what you need to know.
Halo Infinite Fracture: Tenrai Event Explained
Halo Infinite's first ever event, Fracture: Tenrai, will run from Tuesday, Nov. 23 to Nov. 30.
According to a post on the Halo Waypoint news site, it will feature its very own playlist of event-specific matches and have a limited-time event battle pass for players to complete during its runtime. The biggest prize the developers confirmed was the samurai-inspired Yoroi Armor which, of course, will be included in the event.
There is currently no information on the specifics of the playlist, event pass, or corresponding challenges at the time of writing.
While having only a week to complete a pass may worry some players, 343 has already provided its own reassurance and solution. The Fracture: Tenrai event will pop up "multiple times throughout the season, so you’ll have plenty of opportunities to earn and adorn your armor."
Special premium customization options for the armor will also be available in the in-game shop.
Fracture: Tenrai won't be the game's only event on the heels of launch. More information about the future of Halo Infinite's in-game event programming will be revealed "once the dust settles" in early December.
"In addition to the regular matchmaking playlist options,...Halo Infinite will feature special events at various times throughout the season," the post read, "We’ll share more details about future Fracture: Tenrai dates and additional Season 1 events once the dust has settled from launch on December 8."
For more information about Fracture: Tenrai, we encourage players to keep their eyes on official Halo accounts and webpages—as well as their trusted news sources.