343 Industries has confirmed that Halo Infinite multiplayer doesn’t offer any loot boxes. They will rely on a Battle Pass system for the game.
Halo Infinite was confirmed to launch with a single-player campaign mode along with a free-to-play multiplayer later this fall. In a new multiplayer overview video, 343 Industries has shared some new details on the game including confirming how they are planning to approach this free-to-play multiplayer approach.
Halo Infinite is not going to offer loot boxes. If the developers are ditching are paid model, they are substituting it with a battle pass system that will offer thousands of combinations to customize the armor.
The game will get new content and cosmetics during every season. Those who purchase the battle pass won’t have to worry about it expiring. From what the developers have shown so far, the game will follow a model that is similar to other major free-to-play games.
Halo Infinite will also offer cross-progression and play between the PC and Xbox version. The game will include an academy mode for those who are new to the franchise to let them have hands-on training before diving into the multiplayer. There is also a new vehicle called Razorback.
Halo Infinite multiplayer is free-to-play and will launch alongside the single-player campaign later this Fall for the PC and Xbox consoles. The game will arrive on Xbox Game Pass and playable on launch with a retail and digital version available on sale as well.