Switch Equipment Halo Infinite Campaign

Knowing how to switch equipment in the Halo Infinite campaign is absolutely necessary if you’re going to complete the game with any degree of efficiency. Sure, the grappling hook is useful, but other things like the Threat Sensor are going to be extremely important, too. The system the game uses to change equipment is nothing complicated, but I can see how some people might have trouble figuring it out. That’s why we’ve put together this guide to help you out.

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switch equipment halo infinite campaign
Switch Equipment Halo Infinite Campaign

How to Switch Equipment in Halo Infinite Campaign

To switch your equipment in the Halo Infinite campaign, you need to press right on the d-pad. That brings up the little selection menu in the bottom right corner. From there, you can press one of the directional buttons on the d-pad to switch to whatever you want. For example, in the case of the Threat Sensor, you need to press down. And that’s all there is to it. On PC, you just need to press 1-4. I believe the Threat Sensor is bound to the “2” button. From there, you can use the new equipment you’ve changed to as you did the grappling hook – Q on PC, RB on Xbox. That’s what the game calls equipment, by the way; we’re not covering grenades or anything like that here (that’s left on the d-pad).

And that’s how to switch equipment in the Halo Infinite campaign. Not necessarily super-intuitive, but nothing too complicated, either. It might have been a bit more obvious if they gave a more obvious visual cue when you press that d-pad command, but oh well, let’s not split hairs. Anyways, if you need help with something else in the game, check out some of our other Halo Infinite guides. Among other articles, we’ve written things like Outpost Tremonius Collectibles – Spartan Cores, Audio Log, Armor Locker, How to Change Difficulty, and Foundation Collectibles – Second Skull, Audio Log Locations.

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