Halo Infinite Heatwave | How to Get

Halo Infinite Heatwave - How to Get

Halo Infinite is out now, and series followers couldn’t be happier. If you’re diving into the popular sci-fi FPS franchise, then the Heatwave is one of the weapons you’ll definitely want to try. It’s a hardline projector that fires like a shotgun. As such, it’s a very powerful gun to use in multiplayer. If you aren’t sure how to get a hold of the Heatwave in Halo Infinite, worry not. We’ve got all the information you’ll need!

How to Get Heatwave in Halo Infinite

How to Get Heatwave in Halo Infinite

The good news is that getting the Heatwave in Halo Infinite is a nice and easy process. Rather than fiddling around with unlocks and progression systems, you can get the Heatwave directly off the battlefield.

Yes, the Heatwave spawns in as a weapon laying on the floor during multiplayer matches. To get your hands on it, all you need to do is come across one during a multiplayer game, and pick it up. It’s really that simple. It’s a process far different to a lot of other multiplayer first-person shooters like Call of Duty. In those games, you have to grind to unlock weapons at new levels, before using them to get new attachments. In Halo Infinite it’s as straightforward as looking for a gun, and picking it up.

Once you have your hands on the Heatwave, your opponents will be in trouble. This semi-automatic shotgun holds six plasma shots, meaning you can win almost all of your head-on battles with ease. The time-to-kill in Halo is notoriously high, but few guns pack as much of a punch as the Heatwave.

Now you know where to find the Heatwave in Halo Infinite, you’ll be able to learn its spawn locations and consistently get your hands on one. Enemies on the battlefield won’t be ready for the damage it can do!

Luke Hinton

Luke Hinton

Luke Hinton is a freelance culture journalist living in Cardiff, Wales. He graduated from Cardiff University with a degree in Journalism, Media and Communications, and currently balances his freelancing work with postgraduate studies. He specialises in film, TV and entertainment writing.