Halo wouldn’t be the massively successful shooter today if it weren’t for its memorable vehicles. Here are all the vehicles confirmed to be in Halo Infinite.
Players are already excited following the Halo Infinite beta tests. With an arsenal of new and returning weapons, Halo fans are starting to feel right at home.
But the multiplayer beta has been missing one major staple of the Halo franchise: vehicles. From the overpowered Scorpion and Wraith to the classic Covenant Banshee and Ghost, these vehicles are what make Halo.
Luckily, we already know a bunch of the vehicles that will be returning in Halo Infinite. And with the upcoming Big Team Battle beta, we might get to see them in action. But for now, here’s every vehicle confirmed for Halo Infinite.
Every confirmed vehicle for Halo Infinite
Through gameplay footage, trailers, and various leaks, we’re able to compile a list of every vehicle confirmed to be returning to Halo Infinite. This isn’t every vehicle in the final game, just the ones we know of currently.
Regardless, you might find your favorite vehicle from the series on the list below. We will update this list as more information becomes available.
- Rocket Warthog
These Halo Infinite vehicles are the majority of the pivotable vehicles that have appeared throughout the series. However, there are still a few fan-favorites missing from the list.
Covenant vehicles such as the Prowler, Spectre, and Revenant aren’t in the game yet. UNSC vehicles like the Gauss Warthog, Mantis walker, and Hornet aren’t either. And there are plenty of other vehicles that have appeared throughout the series that may or may not make the final cut.
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It is important to note that Halo Infinite is being presented as a live service. This means players will experience significant content updates and seasons like other popular live services. That means 343 Industries will likely add more Halo infinite vehicles and weapons in the future.
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