Halo Infinite won't reward players who go through its campaign new armor types, recent datamining suggests. The list of uncovered unlocks still goes up to 34 items, but is mostly made up of armor, vehicle, gun coatings, and emblems.
Armor coatings only modify an existing armor's color and texture without altering its actual shape, which may leave fans hoping to get some new armor types from Halo Infinite's campaign disappointed.
Twitter user Chaz the Jackal revealed the datamined information, via VGC, listing all 34 items players can reportedly unlock by playing through Halo Infinite's campaign. Their rarity ranges from Rare all the way up to Legendary, the list also including the Olympic stance.
Halo Infinite's single-player campaign is slated to launch on December 8 on PC, Xbox Series X/S, and Xbox One, but its free-to-play multiplayer component is already live.
Its first season, which lasts a whole six months, comes with a battle pass that does include items that change the shape of armor that players can equip.
Launching with both free and premium tracks, the game's first battle pass hasn't been free of controversy, as players were quick to point out that progressing through it takes too long.
As developer 343 Industries announced back in August, completing matches doesn't reward XP, players having to rely solely on challenges to move through the battle pass' 100 tiers.
The developer has already implemented changes in this regard, adding a recurring challenge that rewards 50 XP per completed match, and is "committed to continue evolving these systems," according to Community Manager John Junyszek, who also notes that the process will take time.
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Hahahahaha were you guys expecting armor pieces for campaign unlocks??? Lol lmao pic.twitter.com/Z9yzJNrDoJ— Chaz The Jackal (@ChazJackal) November 21, 2021