How to Unlock Armor Customization in Halo Reach

Halo Reach armor customization includes a number of different cosmetics that you can unlock for your character to wear. However, some players have been having trouble figuring out how toget armor customization in Halo Reach. The system is not too difficult, but if some of you need help, we’re here for you. With that in mind, we’re gonna show you how to get Halo Reach armor customization, how to earn season points, and more in our How to Unlock Armor Customization in Halo Reach guide.

How to Unlock Armor Customization in Halo Reach
How to Unlock Armor Customization in Halo Reach

Halo Reach Armor Customization – How to Unlock?

To unlock armor customization in Halo Reach, you have to play online multiplayer and raise your global rank. You can raise your rank by playing multiplayer via matchmaking, aka PvP, or by playing Firefight, which is a multiplayer PvE mode. Ranking up rewards you with season points, which you can spend on all kinds of stuff. For example you can spend them on armors, armor effects, nameplates, Firefight voices, etc. Later seasons are also going to bring in profile items and other unlockables.

So, yeah, you’re gonna have to play multiplayer if you want to unlock Halo Reach armor customization. This has already started miffing some people on Steam that, like me, don’t like nor want to play multiplayer. Further down the pipeline, the game will introduce challenges that will also reward you with season points, but I’m not sure whether they will be a part of the multiplayer, or if some will be unlockable in single player. I wouldn’t bank on that, however.

So, that about covers it when it comes to unlocking armor customization in Halo Reach. If you need more help with the game, check out the other games that we’ve written on the game. We’ve got Can You Buy Halo Reach Without MCC, Halo Reach Launch Times – PC Release & Unlock Times, and Split Screen on PC – Is Splitscreen Available. There will be more to come, too.

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