Popularized by games in the battle royale genre, like Fortnite and Apex Legends, the battle pass gives players challenges to complete as they attempt to progress through ranks that unlock a plethora of cosmetics and in-game goodies.
While there are some things to be earned from leveling in the unpaid version of the battle pass season, players have significantly more to gain by purchasing the premium version of the battle pass.
The pass itself requires players to pay 1,000 in-game credits. Those credits can be purchased for $10. But if you purchase credits in bulk, you can get a better deal than $10 for 1,000. For instance, 11,500 credits currently cost $100.
The battle pass system in Halo Infinite uses a “season” system, much like Fortnite or Apex Legends, that involves the battle pass resetting after a certain amount of time, giving players new cosmetics to unlock on a seasonal basis.
Following the early release of the game’s multiplayer, 343 Industries announced that season one, ‘Heroes of Reach,’ would be longer than originally anticipated because it’s the first of the Halo Infinite seasons. This gave players ample time to earn as much as possible from the battle pass. Season two, ‘Lone Wolves,’ was announced in March 2022.
Here is a list of every season that has been announced with their start and end dates:
|Season number||Name||Start and end dates|
|Season one||Heroes of Reach||Nov. 15, 2021 to May 2, 2022|
|Season two||Lone Wolves||May 3, 2022 to Nov. 7, 2022|
This article will be updated as more seasons are introduced.