How to claim Halo Infinite Game Pass rewards

Master Chief in Halo Infinite

There are some neat cosmetics and bonuses available in the Game Pass subscription service, and here’s how you can get yourself some Halo Infinite Game Pass rewards.

Halo Infinite is a Microsoft exclusive title, so it’s only available on PC and Xbox. Players on both platforms can take advantage of the Game Pass, which is a service that offers a huge library of games.

There are some exclusive Halo Infinite cosmetics and rewards in the Game Pass that are only available to paid subscribers. If you want to get your hands on them then this guide has you covered.

Article continues after ad

How to get Halo Infinite Game Pass rewards

Pass Tense weapon coating for the MA40 Assault Rifle in Halo Infinite

The Halo Infinite Xbox Game Pass rewards are only available to Ultimate subscribers. So, you’ll need to pay the $10.99/£10.99 per month fee. Also, Discord Nitro users can get 2-months Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for free.

Here are all the Halo Infinite Game Pass rewards in December:

Sign up to Dexerto for free and receive
Fewer Ads|Dark Mode|Deals in Gaming, TV and Movies, and Tech
  • Pass Tense weapon coating for the MA40 AR
  • 4 Challenge Swaps
  • 4 Double XP Boosts.

These monthly cosmetics will be available on the subscription service when Halo Infinite launches on December 9. You will most likely not be able to get these items after the month ends.

Article continues after ad
Master Chief with AR in Halo Infinite

Since the multiplayer beta is already free, the XP boosts and Challenge Swaps seem like great bonuses, especially considering player complaints about Halo Infinite’s slow progression system.

Customization has already been a major part of the game leading up to its release, with various armor pieces and cosmetics being available to players. Hopefully, 343 Industries have even more fun cosmetics coming up.

For more Halo, check out our article on the Halo Infinite dev teasing a stronger anti-cheat to fix the game’s hacking problem.

Article continues after ad

Image Credit: 343 Industries / Microsoft