All Halo Infinite Season 1: Heroes of Reach Battle Pass rewards


Halo Infinite has officially launched its first season. Some fans may have seen the Halo Infinite Yoroi Samurai armor in preparation for the launch. Here’s how players can get the armor.

Players can finally get their hands on Halo Infinite multiplayer after launching the free beta during Xbox’s anniversary livestream.

Along with a new battle pass with a variety of rewards, the developers have also confirmed future events for Season 1. Fracture: Tenrai is one such event, and it involves the Halo Infinite Yoroi Samurai armor.

The first season of Halo Infinite involves a ton of new cosmetic content to unlock. There will be several different events of varying difficulty to face in the game.

The good news is that the Halo Infinite Yoroi armor can be unlocked for free. All you need to do is play the Tenrai event which will be released in Season 1.

How to get the Yoroi Samurai armor in Halo Infinite

In order to obtain the Yoroi Samurai Armor in Halo Infinite Season 1, players must play and complete the activities of the Fracture: Tenrai event. This event will be available from 22 november.

As the name suggests, this armor has a cool samurai aesthetic, with the helmet having a Kabuto design. The event will obviously have a Japanese theme, being called “Tenrai” and also having “samurai themed rewards”.

At this time, we don’t know exactly what specific activities or challenges there will be within the Tenrai event. One thing we do know is that the Yoroi Samurai armor will be one of the rewards.

Once we know exactly what players will need to do to unlock the armor, we’ll be sure to update this article with all the information.

We will continue to check back for more information on this game which becomes public. For more information on Halo: Infinite, be sure to check out our recent article on how to get the 20th anniversary rewards.

Image credits: 343 Industries


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