The rise of the Spartans has come to Halo Infinite with a rewarding multiplayer experience. With the initial Season, called Heroes of Reach, players will be able to carry on their progress into the full release. And with its first Season comes the Yoroi Samurai Armor that we’ve seen in the multiplayer reveal trailer. You won’t have to go through too much trouble to get it, either. It’s pretty much a matter of playing the game.
How to Get the Yoroi Samurai Armor in Halo Infinite
Any player can get the Yoroi Samurai Armor by completing the Fracture: Tenrai event. The event will include its own set of challenges for players to achieve. This limited-time event will begin on November 23, and it will run for one week. Once you clear the event’s challenges, the core Yoroi Samurai Armor will be rewarded to you. Additional cosmetic items can also be purchased through the game’s store.
Season 1: Heroes of Reach will last until May 2022. During this time, Halo Infinite will see its official release in December 2020. There will also be 100+ potential rewards for players to obtain. These can range from new cosmetic parts and effects to even full armor sets of Noble Team from Halo: Reach. Players will simply need to play through the various events and challenges that will reset on a weekly basis.
It is unknown if the Yoroi Samurai Armor will make a reappearance in another event during this Season. But due to its popularity, it might make a return if players miss their window and ask for a second chance. Even the Halo Twitter page advertises the armor set in all its groovy glory.
The Fracture: Tenrai event will act as the first in-game event, so it’ll be hard to miss if you’re looking to complete challenges and activities. Even though the game is currently in Beta, your progression will still carry over to the game’s official release on December 8, 2021. You still have some time until the event commences, but it doesn’t hurt to start racking up points for yourself in the meantime.
C. Anthony Rivera is a freelance writer from Chicago, IL. He graduated from Columbia College with a degree in Writing and has been published on several gaming websites with reviews, news articles, and guides. He is currently working on a novel.