Credits Halo Infinite - How to Get Credits

The Halo Infinite Beta recently went live. While this part only has the multiplayer portion of the game (the single-player campaign will come with the full release in December), players can already earn credits in Halo Infinite and use them to buy the Battle Pass and other cosmetic rewards. Our Credits Halo Infinite – How to Get Credits guide is here to explain everything about obtaining credits in Halo Infinite, as well as what to do in case they are not appearing.

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Credits Halo Infinite - How to Get Credits

How to Get Credits Halo Infinite

You will be able to earn credits by purchasing them in the shop section of Halo Infinite. After that, you can then use these credits to buy other things here. The Store gets reset every Tuesday, so you have each week until then to decide which of the things from it you want to get. There are five credit tiers available:

  • 500 credits for $4.99.
  • 1,000 credits for $9.99.
  • 2,000 credits (+200 bonus credits) for $19.99.
  • 5,000 credits (+600 bonus credits) for $49.00.
  • 10,000 credits (+1,500 bonus credits) for $99.99.

As you can see, the more credits you get, the greater the bonus amount. Still, for most players the 1,000 credits, which is how much the Battle Pass costs – should prove sufficient.

Halo Infinite Credits Not Appearing

Several players have run into an issue of their credits not appearing in the game after purchase. The solution to this problem is to restart your Halo Infinite application. The credits should appear normally after that. Be advised that in some cases, simply restarting the game isn’t enough to fix this, and that several players have had to restart their PCs altogether. Thankfully, this isn’t hard to do and you will be able to enjoy your credits soon after that. We are publishing new Halo Infinite content all the time, so if you have a particular problem you need help with, or a question you need to be answered, we invite you to check out our Halo Infinite archives.

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A lifelong gamer, Vladimir was always interested in gaming and what makes games tick. Before long, he found himself writing about games as well as playing them. No stranger to game guides which have often helped him make just the right decision in a particularly difficult quest, he’s very happy to be able to help his fellow gamers and give a little back to his favorite pastime.



  1. C

    Spending money on credits is not earning credits – it is purchasing credits. Earning credits is completing tasks or activities and being rewarded for doing so and spending time in the game. Great to see the Halo franchise has now become a pay to play game. Don’t have this issue in Doom Eternal. 🤔

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