Check out more details on the first Halo Infinite Battle Pass, taken from Halo: Reach


Halo Infinite is coming, with developer 343 Industries sharing new details on what players can expect from Halo Infinite’s first premium Battle Pass. In conversation with IGN, 343 Industries reaffirmed that this first season is theme after Halo: Reach, being appropriately titled “Heroes of Reach”. There will be a variety of Ranged armor as well as Death Effects.

Notably, 343 Industries says this is the closest players have ever come to being able to look like the Noble Team members of Halo: Reach. 343 Industries also told IGN that for the Spartans, outside of the aforementioned “Fractures” cosmetics, things will be back to tradition, meaning there will be no dance emotes coming, at least for now.

Some additional information:

  • battle pass does not expire
  • Temporada 1: Heroes of Reach, (derivada de Reach)
  • Death effects and new FX armor are back
  • Separate free regular events

Halo Infinity’s multiplayer is entirely free-to-play across all platforms, with 120 FPS support on Xbox Series X|S. Multiplayer will grow from season to season, with a list of Halo Infinite maps that is sure to get bigger over time. Halo Infinite is scheduled for release on December 8, 2021.