Halo Infinite Season 2: Lone Wolves is finally here and that means a new battle pass has arrived with it. The team at 343 has a lot to prove with this second-ever battle pass for Halo Infinite after the first one was lacking in the eyes of many players. This time around, you can expect a wide range of cosmetic rewards built around this season’s new theme. The battle pass contains immersive new gear such as armor cores, helmets, paint jobs for weapons and vehicles, and more. Overall, there does seem to be more variety this time around. If you’re loading into Halo Infinite Season 2 for the first time, here’s everything you need to know about the Season 2 battle pass, as well as look at the battle pass itself for this current season. For more, check out how to level up the battle pass.
How much is the Halo Infinite battle pass?
If you’re not looking to spend money on the battle pass, there is a free version that will allow you to unlock dozens of rewards of the 100-tier battle pass. But if you opt-out of not purchasing the battle pass, you’ll only be able to unlock a third of what the battle pass offers, with the more premium items, including all cosmetics, being behind a paywall.
If you plan on purchasing the battle pass for Halo Infinite Season 2, you can buy it for 1,000 credits ($8 with Xbox Game Pass). Doing this will unlock the battle pass and allow you access to the locked items you couldn’t get otherwise. You can also spend a little more money to purchase the premium battle pass that comes with the first 25 levels unlocked for 2,800 credits, which will cost you $22.48 with Xbox Game Pass.
Just like the Season 1 battle pass, the battle pass for Halo Infinite Season 2 won’t expire. So you don’t have to worry about unlocking everything before the season ends. And if you didn’t unlock everything in Season 1, you can decide which battle pass you want to focus on unlocking first.
What’s in the Halo Infinite Season 2 battle pass?
The Halo Infinite battle pass is loaded with brand-new cosmetics and XP buffs. The Season 2 battle pass theme is “Lone Wolves,” so a lot of the gear you can unlock looks like it was scrapped together on the battlefield to fit whatever needs the Spartans had at that current moment, such as the Rakshasa Armor Core (tier 20), Sigrid Eklund Kit (tier 30), and the Hieu Dinh Kit (tier 94). Below you’ll find an image gallery featuring a closer look at every reward in the Halo Infinite Season 2 battle pass.
It’s clear there’s a lot to unlock in the battle pass, and you’ll have until November 8th, 2022 to get it all before Season 3–or even beyond that date, if you prefer to finish off this one even after Season 3 has begun. This new season will be six months long, making it roughly just as long as the previous season, “Heroes of Reach.” Unlike Season 1, players now know what to expect for the upcoming season, thanks to a roadmap 343 released.
If you’re wondering, here’s how to download and play the free Halo Infinite multiplayer. We’ll see you in there, Spartan.
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