Armor customization (Halo Infinite)
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Known in-game as the Armor Hall, armor customization in Halo Infinite allow players to customize their Spartan player model. Inspired by Halo: Reach's armor customization, Halo Infinite has a greatly expanded array of player customization compared to previous entries in the series.
Halo Infinite's armor customization will allow players to change the Helmet, Helmet Attachments, Chest Gear, Shoulder Pads (left and right), Gloves, Knee Guards, Wrist Gear, Utility, Visor Color, Prosthetics, Voices, Armor effects as well as other components yet to be announced. Players can unlock armor permutations pieces through gameplay, seasonal Battle Passes, challenges, in-game Fracture events, and purchase. Additionally, armor pieces are exclusive to their acquisition methods; for example, items on the Battle Pass would not be unlockable through other methods. Players choose their armor core, which acts as the foundation for their armor where other components, including at least the helmets, are placed. At launch, attachments will be locked to their specific armor core, although 343 has stated they are looking into ways to open up cross-core customization. Similar to Halo: Reach, Halo Infinite allows players to remove their shoulder pads entirely, though unlike Halo: Reach this is not the default appearance.
List of permutations
Mark VII core
Mark V(B) core