Unlock particular samurai armor in Halo Infinite’s Fracture: Tenrai occasion
The occasion gives a mini battle go, new cosmetics, and a brand new recreation mode. The occasion will final via the Thanksgiving vacation and finish on Nov. 30. However don’t fear, the occasion will return in January and 4 further occasions between January and Might (that’s six occasions whole). 343 Industries states that not each occasion will seem this steadily.
Fracture: Tenrai’s aesthetic pulls from Japan and Japanese folklore. Gamers can earn new Mjolnir armor that makes their Spartan seem like a samurai (just like the Hayabusa armor in Halo 3) or a ninja. If you happen to’re curious how this all suits into Halo’s canon, the designers on Infinite have a solution prepared for you! As a “Fracture,” these occasions exist in parallel universes or alternate realities to Grasp Chief and the Spartans we all know. (If you happen to’re actually into the lore of the occasion, 343 has an virtually weird quantity of canonical info on Halo Waypoint.)
The occasion is 100% free, which suggests no premium battle go to associate with the free model — there are 30 unlockable tiers whole. Everybody who logs in through the occasion will obtain a particular Fracture backdrop.
The one approach to progress the Tenrai battle go is to finish Occasion Challenges. These are distinctive challenges solely out there throughout occasion weeks, and so they’re time-gated. Which means even should you full the entire occasion challenges by Nov. 30, you gained’t unlock the entire Tenrai objects. Even devoted gamers might want to wait till the following time Tenrai comes round to unlock extra of the battle go.
Lastly, Tenrai will include a brand new mode referred to as Fiesta, which is primarily the place gamers will full Occasion Challenges. Fiesta is a semi-random recreation mode the place gamers spawn into area maps with fully random weapons. Fiesta will run alongside Tenrai.
Whereas the Tenrai occasion is free, there are additionally samurai-themed objects within the Halo Infinite store, and this week’s final quest gives bonus samurai objects.