With Halo Infinite multiplayer hitting Xbox consoles and PC, players are getting stuck in and levelling up the Halo Infinite Season 1 battle pass. With 100 tiers of rewards to unlock and a host of other cosmetics in the item shop, Credits have become one of the most sought after items with players looking to unlock the latest armour cores, armour coatings and cosmetics.
But, with microtransactions being more complex then ever in the latest generation of consoles, details about Credits and Credit bundles can be hard to wrap your head around. Luckily, we have been able to get a bit of time in the beta and are able to tell you the price of Halo Infinite Credits and what you can get with your money.
Read on for a full overview of Halo Infinite credits and how they work during Season 1 – Heroes of Reach.
Halo Infinite Credits
Halo Infinite credits come in four bundles and are available from Steam and the Microsoft Store on PC and Xbox consoles. The four bundles and their prices are as follows:
- 500 Credits – $5/£3.99
- 1,000 Credits – $10/£7.99
- 2,200 Credits – $20/£15.99
- 5,600 Credits – $50/£39.99
- 11,500 Credits $100/£79.99
That covers everything there is to know about Halo Infinite Credits. For more tips and guides on the multiplayer side of the shooter, check out our picks for Halo Infinite’s best guns.
In order to buy the battle pass for Season 1, you will need to purchase 1,000 credits, with the Premium Battle Pass bundle costing 2,800 credits.
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Legendary skins and armour sets for Spartans will set you back 2,000 credits, while epic items will range from 1,000 to 1,500 credits. Rare cosmetics seem to only cost you 500, while consumables like a Challenge Swap only cost 200.
We only have one week’s worth of Item Shop rewards to go off, but these numbers may change as we see more items added over the coming weeks.