Halo Infinite has had a wide range of esports cosmetics in the in-game store since day one. All in-store sales contribute to the HCS prize pools, not just esports-related cosmetics, which means that all money spent is helping the esports scene.
Each of the nine partnered organizations has one bundle, which consists of the following:
- Armor kits (including an armor coating, visor color, and emblem on the chest)
- Battle Rifle skin (with the team’s emblem)
- A nameplate and emblem
While coatings can be mixed and matched, kits cannot, so you can’t have a FaZe Clan-branded helmet with a Sentinels-branded body, for example. Each kit costs 1,000 credits which translates to $9.99.
Team Envy / OpTic Gaming
While this skin was specifically for Team Envy, the organization has since merged with OpTic Gaming. An OpTic skin has been confirmed to be releasing soon, which will replace Envy’s in the in-game store, so grab the Envy one while it remains.
As well as this, a bundle was released for each of the four Halo regions -- North America, Europe, Latin America, and Australia & New Zealand.
Each bundle costs 900 credits, or US$8.99. A “significant portion” of each purchase goes to a local tournament operator -- DreamHack for the NA and EU bundles, ESL for the ANZ bundle, and Gaming Partners for the Mexico bundle.
Each bundle comes with:
- A visor
- An armor and weapon emblem
- A nameplate
- An S7 Sniper skin
Australia & New Zealand
On launch, a free HCS Winter bundle was released, which had three red, white, and blue armor coatings for each of the three amour “cores”:
As well as this, currently in the customisation menu is an “HCS Winter” weapon skin, listed for the Assault Rifle, Pistol, and Battle Rifle. These are not available yet, with the description stating “stay tuned for more details”. We’ll update this article when they are available.