Yoroi Armor Halo Infinite – How to Get Yoroi Samurai Armor

If you’re wondering how to get the Halo Infinite Yoroi samurai armor, you’re far from the only one. Ever since the developers teased that armor, the player base has been clamoring to unlock the Yoroi armor. Well, as it turns out, you’re gonna have to stay patient for a good while longer. In this guide, we’ll share everything we know about the armor and getting it in this guide.

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Yoroi Armor Halo Infinite – How to Get Yoroi Samurai Armor

How to Get Yoroi Armor – Halo Infinite Samurai Armor

To get the Halo Infinite Yoroi samurai armor, you’ll first have to wait for the Tenrai Fracture event. It kicks off on November 23rd, with its own event pass and samurai-themed rewards. It will run until November 30th, but this will likely not be the only time the event will pop up. So, even if you miss something from the event pass, you’ll probably get more chances to mop everything up later on. By the way, Fracture: Tenrai will also have its own event playlist and other samurai-themed cosmetics and items that hearken back to the Hayabusa armors of yore.

Now, when it comes to how to unlock the Yoroi armor in the new Halo, information is scarce and conflicting. After all, the Tenrai Fracture event has not begun yet, so nobody knows for sure what to expect. For example, some people claim that, to get the Halo Infinite Yoroi samurai armor, you’ll just have to play a single match in the event, presumably from the playlist. Others say that that you’ll have to thoroughly jump into the playlist and complete all the challenges to earn the armor. Which of these is it going to be? Nobody really knows at this stage.

We’ll be sure to update this guide with more concrete information once the event begins. In the meantime, we’ll keep covering the game with other guides, like How to Use Grappling Hook. Stay tuned for more.

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