Halo Infinite: Season 2 Battle Pass Return and Big Changes Coming | Xbox One

Last week, 343 Industries unveiled the various changes planned for the launch of the Season 2 by Halo Infinite† If changes to game modes, gameplay or interface are mainly expected, the new season will also be an opportunity to discover the new Battle Pass. The latter has also been much criticized by players and the studio details today in a new blog post the many changes that have been made to it.

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Progress, rewards… from the change to the launch of Season 2!

Among the community’s criticisms of the game, the progress and the Battle Pass are points that come up regularly. The first good news is that you can redeem your Battle Pass with rewards from Season 2.3 Indeed, 343 indicates that it will be possible to earn 1000 credits with this new Battle Pass, the price of Premium.

For those who don’t want to pay, there’s good news too, as more customization items are offered for free compared to Season 1.

Below are details of the planned changes for the launch of Battle Pass #2.

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  • The value of bundles will be more consistent across different offers.

Battle Pass and Progress

  • The Season 2 free track has more customization content than the Season 1 track.
  • Players can earn 1000 CR with the Season 2 Battle Pass Premium.
  • Weekly challenges will continue to be improved.
  • Ultimate rewards are higher value cosmetics such as visors, shaders, and stances, and will not feature any decals or banners for the entire season.


  • Updates will be made to improve overall stability, issues caused by watching multiple movies in a row, and issues when watching multiple matches in a row.

Other changes planned during the season

These first elements are the ones expected at the launch of Season 2. However, the studio doesn’t plan to stop there and will continue to study player feedback to improve the formula.

Ability to mix armor pieces

Among the community feedback, one of the most common focuses on the ability to mix equipment (visors, helmets, etc.) between the different armor cores. The studio indicates that it is currently studying the demand and wants to gradually evolve towards this model, but that it will take some time.

Career progress at work

In terms of progression, many players are asking for career progression. This system is currently in the design phase and it will also need some patience to be able to discover it.

Earn XP based on game performance

Finally, the studio reaffirms that it is working on a system to reward players’ achievements in each game. This system will be available this year, without further details.

You will find all the points studied by 343 Industries in the blog post dedicated.

If you liked the gameplay when the game was released, but the progress and content quickly took the upper hand on your investment, we can only recommend that you watch future updates carefully. Big changes are coming and should please a lot of players.

Remember Season 2 will launch on May 3rd and will welcome new ones game modes as well as new maps. The game is now free to play on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam and the Microsoft Store.