343 Industries has released more information about upcoming limited-time events as part of Halo Infinite’s first multiplayer season, the Heroes of Reach.
Shown on Twitter’s official Halo account (below), the studio shared detailed information about the various events Halo fans can expect from the game over the next few months. “We wanted to anticipate our future plans to conclude our 20th Anniversary event on Monday, November 22nd. Draw a blade for Fracture: Tenrai arriving next week,” 343 said on Twitter. I am.
Events with free content #HaloInfiniteMP Season-And at the 20th Anniversary Event on Monday, November 22nd, I wanted to stay ahead of the curve.
Pull your blade for a broken bone: Tenrai, arriving next week! (And it’s only for beginners.) pic.twitter.com/chiQiQR2pt
– Hey Hey) November 19, 2021
Fracture: The Tenrai event has been identified as the first event fans will encounter this season, but it’s not the only event 343 shared about Heroes of Reach. Within the next few months, additional multiplayer experiences will include Winter Contingency, Cyber Showdown, and Tactical Ops events.
The studio provided some other details about the upcoming even details, but showed off some of the various rewards that players can unlock during the period. As revealed in a poster shared by 343 (below), the Fracture: Tenrai event will feature 30 layers including new badges, weapon skins, and special cosmetics such as a pretty good looking samurai-themed armor set. Includes free unlockable content.
The studio recently confirmed that it was assessing the progress of the main multiplayer battle pass after receiving various negative fan feedback surrounding the system’s slow grind. Since publishing the review just a few days ago, the development team has further updated their fans and revealed that they have implemented the first change in the multiplayer progression system to make the experience more enjoyable.
For more information on Halo Infinite, check out this article detailing the first Craig Meme Easter Egg found in the game’s single-player campaign.
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