How to buy Credits in Halo Infinite is important to know for those wanting to indulge in microtransactions such as the premium battle pass, esports skins and more.
343 Industries opted for an in-game currency system in Halo Infinite which surprise released on Nov. 15 for free. That in-game currency is called Credits and they are your guy to purchasing items in the game. At launch, some of the most wanted content is the premium battle pass for Season 1: Heroes of Reach and the Halo Championship Series items.
How to Buy Credits in Halo Infinite
First off, once Halo Infinite is installed on your Xbox console or PC, head to the shop tab in the game. At the bottom left corner, you'll see a gold button underneath the HCS Store to purchase Credits.
Much like games such as Call of Duty: Warzone, Fortnite, League of Legends and more, players have options when it comes to how many Credits they want to purchase. Here's a list of the bundles available, how much they cost and how many Credits you'll receive:
- 500 Credits - $4.99
- 1,000 Credits - $9.99
- 2,000 Credits (+200 Bonus) - $19.99
- 5,000 Credits (+600 Bonus) - $49.99
- 10,000 Credits (+1,500 Bonus) - $99.99
For reference points, the premium battle pass and premium battle pass bundle cost 1,000 and 2,800 Credits respectively. Buying the bundle will grant players a number of levels immediately incentivizing those who want a head start toward Tier 100.
HCS skins, which include an Epic Armor Kit, Epic Battle Rifle Kit and Epic Nameplate, cost 1,000 Credits each.
Also, there are other items available in the store. The store, according to an in-game message, refresh each Tuesday at 1 p.m. ET.