Fracture Tenrai Event Halo Infinite

The Halo Infinite Fracture Tenrai event is the first of these limited-time events in the free-to-play multiplayer version of the game. So, of course, people want to know how to start the Tenrai event, when it begins, and how it will work. Well, that’s what we’ll be covering in this guide; we’ll share all we know about the happening with you.

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fracture tenrai event halo infinite
Fracture Tenrai Event Halo Infinite

How to Start Halo Infinite Fractures Tenrai Event

To start the Fracture Tenrai event in Halo Infinite, you’ll have to wait until the thing actually begins. The start date of the event is November 23rd, and it will run for one week, until November 30th. Participation in the happening will be free for all Halo Infinite players across all platforms, so everyone that wants in will be able to join in on the fun. By “all platforms,” I of course mean PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S. If you skip this time around, don’t worry, as it seems that Fracture Tenrai won’t be a one-time thing. Also, you won’t miss out on any new content. Even though the event will have a special playlist, it’ll more than likely be a mix of already existing modes and maps. Either way, we’ll be sure to update this guide with more specific info when the event does kick off.

The main part of the Halo Infinite Fractures Tenrai event is probably the Event Pass. Why? Because, as we understand it, the pass will be how you unlock all the rewards from the event. It will work just like any battle pass, as in, you’ll level up and get rewards by playing matches and earning XP. Obviously, it won’t be as long as most battle passes, since the Fracture will only last for a week, but regardless, that’s where all the cosmetics and other rewards will come from. The ultimate reward will be the Yoroi Samurai armor core, which clearly hearkens back to the beloved Hayabusa armor set from back in the day.

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