As a free-to-play standalone game, Halo Infinite multiplayer embraces microtransactions in its business model, just like Fortnite, Call of Duty: Warzone, Apex Legends, and many others. 343 Industries has now begun to lay out its vision for Halo Infinite as it relates to what will be available in the store to buy with real money.
The studio divulged these details in the latest installment of the Inside Infinite series, and we’re rounding up the key details.
Starting with cosmetics, players can unlock new customization items in Halo Infinite multiplayer at launch through a variety of means, including by spending real money. Specific price points have not been announced yet, however.
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