Players taking part in Halo Infinite's Fracture: Tenrai event may be asked to complete Fiesta matches. But what are they?
Halo Infinite's first multiplayer event is now kicking off. Fracture: Tenrai offers players a new mini Battle Pass, cosmetics, and a new game mode to see them through the Holiday season. Fracture: Tenrai will end on Nov. 30, but don't worry if you miss out - the event will return in January and then four more times after that.
Taking inspiration from Japanese folklore, players can earn new armor that makes their Spartan look like a samurai. To earn these rewards, new challenges will be put to the player. One such challenge tasks players with taking part in Fiesta matches. Here's what you need to know about Fiesta.
What are Fiesta Matches in Halo Infinite
Fiesta is the new game mode that accompanies the Fracture: Tenrai event. Here, players will largely completing the event's challenges. It's a slayer-like game mode where players will be given a randomized loadout. The randomization affects weapons and equipment, with a new loadout being given each time a player respawns.
Fiesta matches can be accessed from the mulitplayer menu, and players can queue up for it just as they would for a standard lobby. The idea here is that matches become a bit of a frenzy, with no one quite knowing what they're going to get. Skill and quick-thinking preside over strategy, and a familiarty with every weapon will serve you well.
Fiesta is only available during the Fracture: Tenrai event, so be sure to give it a go before it ends on Nov. 30.