In the second event of Halo Infinite namely Fracture: Tenrai, players can join for free and they have a chance to get some rewards. One of the rewards in this event is the Yoroi Armor Core. How to get Yoroi armor? Here, you can read everything about Yoroi armor and the event.
The Steps to Get the Yoroi Armor
The first thing that you have to do to get the Yoroi Armor is to unlock all the tiers in the event pass. You are able to do that by completing a series of exclusive event challenges. They also will calculate to your Season 1 Battle Pass.
However, there is no more specific details about it. Nevertheless, according to the Dexerto site, Noah Benesch, the Marketing Lead for the Halo franchise, said that these challenges would have different colors from standard challenges so that it will be easy for players to spot them.
The Rewards That Will Be Obtained by Players in Halo Infinite Fracture: Tenrai Event
As explained on Dexerto, the Halo Infinite Fracture: Tenrai event pass includes 30 tiers of exclusive cosmetic rewards and those include new coatings, belts, helmet visor and more. The samurai-themed Yoroi Armor Core is the standout reward. It can give Spartans a completely different look. You can see that Yoroi armor has a cool-looking samurai aesthetic and you are able to see that the helmet has a Kabuto design. This event has a Japanese theme where you can see it in the name of the event namely ‘Tenrai’ and ‘Samurai-themed rewards’.
The Start of Halo Infinite Fracture: Tenrai Event
When does the Halo Infinite Fracture: Tenrai event start? You may wonder about it because you do not want to miss this event to get Yoroi Armor. This event officially started after the conclusion of the 20th Anniversary event on Tuesday, November 23rd, 2021. This event will only take place a week and it ends on November 30th, 2021.
Some Youtube Videos About Yoroi Armor
On Youtube, there are some videos about Yoroi armor. Here are some of the videos about Yoroi armor.
- A video from Astrosive entitled Halo Infinite – How To Get Yoroi Armor (Samurai Armor) which was uploaded on November 19th, 2021. The length of the video is 1 minute and it has been watched more than 7k times.
- A video from LaserBolt entitled How to Unlock Halo Infinite’s Yoroi Samurai Armor – Halo Infinite Tenrai Event Rewards which was uploaded on November 20th, 2021. The length of the video is 3 minutes 48 seconds and it has been watched more than 9k times.
- A video from GamerFuzion entitled How to Unlock Yoroi Samurai Armor in Halo Infinite Multiplayer which has been watched more than 12k times and the length of the video is 2 minutes 7 seconds.
- A video from CerealOverdrive entitled Halo Infinite How to Unlock the Samurai Armor (Yoroi Armor) which was uploaded on November 16th, 2021. The length of the video is 57 seconds and it has been watched more than 56k times.
- A video from LaserBolt entitled How to Unlock New Halo Infinite Samurai Armor – All 30 Tenrai Event Rewards which was uploaded on November 21st, 2021. The length of the video is 6 minutes and 11 seconds and it has been watched more than 4k times.
About Halo Infinite
Here is what you need to know about Halo Infinite according to Wikipedia. What is Halo Infinite? It is one of the first-person shooter games where the 343 Industries develops this game and Xbox Game Studios publishes this game for Microsoft Windows, Xbox Series X and Series S and Xbox One.
At first, the developer planned to release the game as a launch title with the Xbox Series X/S on November 10th, 2020. But then, in August 2020, it was delayed and they plan to release it on December 8th, 2021.
According to Wikipedia, this is a shooter with most gameplay taking place from a first person perspective. Some types of abilities for the player character the Master Chief in this game can be found, such as the Grapple Shot and Thruster.
Traditional Halo gameplay is mostly still seen in multiplayer with capture the flag, deathmatch, and other modes available in standard 4v4 and 8v8 Big Team Battle variants. There is the new thing that you are able to find in multiplayer namely the ability pickups. If this ability is owned by you, you have permission to activate a special power a limited number of times such as active camouflage, dashing, and repulsor charges that are able to drop enemies.
In this game, there is the split screen again. Not only that, you will also find that cross platform play and cross platform save progression between Xbox and Microsoft Windows versions will be supported in Halo Infinite.
Now, how about the development of Halo Infinite? The 353 Industries develops Halo Infinite with the help of Sperasoft, Certain Affinity, SkyBox Labs, The Coalition, and Atomhawk. The new Slipspace Engine will be used here as well. In 2015, the story was in the planning stages and it was referred to as Halo 6. Paul Crocker is the writer of the game and how about the artist? It is Nicolas Bouvier.
In August 2019, Development Director named Frank O’Connor said that Halo Infinite was being built. When the game is played on the Xbox Series X/S, there would be enhancements.
On August 27, 2020, 343 Industries said that Joseph Staten who was the former lead writer and cinematic director of the Halo series at Bungie had participated as Campaign Project Lead for Halo Infinite. Then, 343 Industries said that Staten’s role had been altered to Head of Creative for Halo Infinite.
How about the release story of this game? In a trailer at E3 2018, this game was announced and its release was set at the time for Xbox One and Microsoft Windows.
At E3 2019, there was information that this game would be a launch title for the next generation Xbox consoles. In January 2020, Xbox Game Studios head named Matt Booty said that the studio did not have immediate plans for Xbox Series X exclusives at launch. And then, unexpectedly, the Covid 19 affected the development of the game where it forced developers to work from home.
Long story short, on November 15th, 2021, on Microsoft Windows, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S, Halo Infinite was released in an open beta multiplayer. It is done to celebrate the Halo series’ 20th anniversary.
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