One of the forms of Halo Infinite challenges is weekly challenges. For everyone who really wants to max out your XP gains in Halo Infinite, you are suggested to complete the weekly challenges offered by the game even though it takes longer to clear.
According to the developer of the game, 343 Industries, every week, there will be approximately 20 weekly challenges assigned by them to the players out of a total pool of several hundred potential options. Just like the daily challenges, there are three different difficulty levels that the weekly challenges are pulled from. Keep in mind that there is no way for you to take on stage two and three challenges, which are way harder compared to the first ones, before completing all the challenges in stage one. For your information, every player of the game will have a different set of weekly challenges generated for them. It means it is normal if you rarely see the other players that have the exact weekly challenges as you.
Below is the list of the tasks of every tier:
- Tier 1: Killing five enemy Spartans with the Commando Rifle, killing five enemy Spartans with the Assault Rifle, killing five enemy Spartans with the Battle Rifle, killing one enemy Spartan with the Bulldog, killing one enemy Spartan with the Mangler, killing one enemy Spartan with the Warthog’s Chaingun, killing three enemy Spartans in Slayer, completing two matches, completing three Quick Play matches, completing one Total Control match, winning a Quick Play match
- Tier 2: Kill 15 enemy Spartans with the Commando Rifle in PVP, killing 15 enemy Spartans with the Sidekick Pistol in PVP, killing 10 enemy Spartans with a melee attack, killing five enemy Spartans with the Gungoose’s Grenade Launcher in PVP, killing five enemy Spartans with the Wraith’s Plasma Mortar in PVP, killing five enemy Spartans with the Shade Turret in PVP, killing an enemy Spartan with the Heatwave in PVP, killing an enemy Spartan with the Sniper Rifle in PVP, killing an enemy Spartan with the Stalker Rifle in PVP, killing three enemy Spartans attacking a friendly zone in PVP, completing two Big Team Battle matches in PVP, winning a Stockpile match in PVP, winning any two PVP matches, winning three Quick Play matches, capturing three enemy flags in PVP, giving an enemy a Grapple Shot in PVP.
- Tier 3: Killing 10 enemy Spartans with a headshot in PVP, killing 10 enemy Spartans with the Needler in PVP, killing three enemy Spartans with the Fusion Coil in PVP, killing five enemy Spartans from behind with a melee attack in PVP, killing five enemy Spartans by flattening them with the Repulsor in PVP, destroying three enemy Wasps in PVP, winning three Capture the Flag matches in PVP, headshotting an enemy Spartan immediately after damaging them with a Grenade in PVP
Furthermore, the developer says that the player will be challenged with three weekly challenges by default and those who have the premium battle pass will get the privilege to access a fourth slot, making it possible for them to earn those experience points quicker.
If you feel like you have a hard time while completing the weekly challenges, you have a chance to swap the challenges. If you are interested in the thing called Challenge Swaps, they can be obtained through the battle or event passes. Another way that you can do this is to purchase them in the store. With these, you will be able to switch a challenge out for another one from the same difficulty bracket.
To successfully clear the weekly challenges in Halo Infinite, you might need some following tips:
- As you probably know, there is no need for the Tier 1 weekly challenges to be completed in PVP. Instead, it will be needed for you to hop into the Bot Bootcamp in order to earn these. If you think that it is not for you, you can just play the game. However, for those who do not have enough time, it is still the best way to do it.
- The second tip that you can try is to get your playlist challenges out of the way first. There is nothing to lose when you play three Capture the Flag matches, that’s why you are recommended to just do it and it is possible for you to complete some other ones along the way. What a pity is that there is no way for you to choose a game mode during the beta phase. It actually does not really matter since all of the available playlists have some different kinds of game modes. Do not waste your time and just pick the one that you like the most and play for now. Once the full version of the game is launched, there might be a chance for you to choose one.
- If you need completions, you might want to consider Quick Play matches. On top of that, there are fewer ones competing for weapons, making it easier for you to get certain weapon kills.
- It is important for you to know when to reroll.
Apart from the weekly challenges, Halo Infinite also has daily challenges. Compared to the weekly ones, these ones are different. There are a total of three stages of these challenges. Before moving up to the next one, it will be needed for the players to complete stage one.
- Stage one: The challenges in this stage require you to play any of the multiplayer modes available.
- Stage two: The challenges in this stage require you to play PVP multiplayer matches.
- Stage three: The challenges in this stage require you to win PVP multiplayer matches.
In addition, there is also the ultimate challenge. After completing the weekly challenges, you will be allowed to access this last one. This challenge awaits the players who clear all of their weekly challenges. If you manage to successfully slay this one, you will be able to get a unique Weekly Ultimate Reward such as a coating or emblem.
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