Halo Infinite’s multiplayer has officially gone live, so grab your Battle Rifle, stock up on Plasma Grenades, and hop in your Ghost! Released several weeks earlier than the campaign, Halo Infinite‘s multiplayer is free-to-play and available on Xbox and PC.
Along with access to the various maps and modes, this online component also offers a nice amount of customization options for players’ Spartans. One of the most striking is the samurai armor that’s tied to the new Fracture: Tenrai event pass. However, getting this armor is going to take a bit of time and grinding, so you’ll need to be a little patient.
How to Level Up the Fracture: Tenrai Event Pass
If you’re looking to snag all the Japanese-inspired goodies during the Fracture: Tenrai event, you will need to complete the Fracture: Tenrai challenges. These can be found in your normal battle pass screen on the main menu in the top right corner. Selecting this will present three options, but the one that matters is the challenges tab on the right. You need to finish any event that has a bright orange banner on the left side of the challenge’s description (shown above). Completing one of these event challenges will unlock a whole level in the Fracture: Tenrai event pass. Regular challenges will not give you any progress towards the event pass, since this pass doesn’t actually need experience to level up. It’s solely tied to completing the Fracture: Tenrai challenges.
Because of this, you will only be able to hit level 7 or 8 this week since there is a limited supply of Fracture: Tenrai event challenges. It’s possible there are more once you complete all of this week’s Weekly Challenges. However, most players will only get a little over a fourth of the way through. This event is set to end on November 30, but 343 Industries has confirmed it will return throughout this season. This means you will need to participate multiple times if you want to unlock everything in the event pass. That being said: everyone should have enough event challenges to get the base Yoroi armor core.
Also, every event challenge is tied to the new Fiesta playlist. This mode will give every player a random assortment of weapons and gear. This can be anything from a lowly Sidekick Pistol to the might Gravity Hammer, or both! You’ll also get items like the Grapple Hook directly in your inventory. The key to winning this event is adapting to what you’ve been given and then taking the best weapons off the bodies of fallen allies and enemies. After playing a few rounds, it seems like the Energy Sword and Gravity Hammer are two of the best options given how confined some of the maps are.
Regardless of how you play, just make sure you focus on completing the event challenges while they are around this week. They should be your number one priority when playing since they will be going away on the 30th.