How to Get Samurai/Yoroi Armor for Free in Halo Infinite

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November 16, 2021

If you wonder how to get the Samurai Armor in Halo Infinite, don’t miss the chance ahead to claim it for free.

The surprising launch of Halo Infinite Multiplayer last night has led to a big flow of players landing on the Halo ring for battling it out before the official journey begins.

While the campaign mode is supposed to launch in less than a month, the Multiplayer, which is free-to-play for everyone on PC and consoles, is now available in the beta phase, entering the full launch phase on December 8.

That being said, you almost have access to all the launch content of multiplayer right now, so the beta badge is only an indication of probable bugs and technical issues that might come up.

Halo Infinite – Official Gameplay Reveal Trailer

Halo Infinite – Official Gameplay Reveal Trailer

How to Get Samurai/Yoroi Armor in Halo Infinite

In order to claim this special Eastern Asian-inspired armor for free, you will need to wait until November 23.

As revealed by the developers, a limited-time event called Fracture: Tenrai will be available on November 23, and everyone who plays a single match in this event will receive the Samurai/Yoroi armor for free as well as some other event-themed rewards.

Fracture: Tenrai will be the first event in Season 1. As per developers, the first season of Halo Infinite will come to an end in May 2022, which is a little bit more than 5 months from now.

Halo Infinite Multiplayer beta is now available for free on Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PC. Playing it on Xbox consoles doesn’t require an Xbox Live or Xbox Game Pass subscription. Also, PC players can play either through Microsoft Store or Steam.

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