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The large pit near the center of Highpower.
Map overview


Halo Infinite

Map file name (?):


Gameplay overview


UNSC structures, rocky and forested landscapes[1]

Recommended number of players:


Recommended gametype(s):

Big Team Battle

High-Power with a high tower.

Highpower is a multiplayer map in Halo Infinite.[2][1]

Universe and lore[edit]

The map is set on an unknown planet, in and around a sizable mountainside United Nations Space Command base. At some point, the Mulsanne-class light frigate UNSC Panama and an assault carrier, Purveyor of Virtue, did battle in the skies above the base. Despite the UNSC frigate being unable to score critical damage against the carrier, the carrier was likewise unable to fully engage the frigate, for fear of damaging the facility it intended to exploit. As a result, both ships became locked in a tense stalemate.[3]

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The following are locations on the map that are so named on the player's heads-up display during gameplay:

  • Waterfall Base
  • Lakeside
  • Lakeside Crossroads
  • Cave Pit
  • Cave
  • Cliffs
  • Rocky Pass
  • Archway
  • Overlook
  • High Power
  • Low Power
  • No Power
  • Center Pit
  • Ridgeline
  • Wizard Rock
  • Tower Base
  • Sandwich

Production notes[edit]

Highpower was initially a "test gym" for Big Team Battle, where developers and testers conducted playtests for BTB. It was made into an actual multiplayer map after positive responses to the map.[2]

The CAS-class assault carrier seen in the skybox of the map is a screenshot of the CAS model created by artist Jared Harris for the Halo-themed fan mod, Sins of the Prophets, whose work was also officially featured in the 2022 Halo Encyclopedia.[4][5]



  1. ^ a b Halo Infinite, multiplayer map Highpower
  2. ^ a b IGN, Halo Infinite: ‘Streets’ Multiplayer Map Revealed – IGN First (Retrieved on Nov 1, 2021) [archive]
  3. ^ Halo Waypoint, Canon Fodder - Legendary Endings (Retrieved on Apr 25, 2022) [archive]
  4. ^ ArtStation, Sins of the Prophets: Covenant CAS-class assault carrier (Retrieved on Dec 5, 2021) [archive]
  5. ^ Twitter, Sins of the Prophets (@SinsOfProphets): "After a conversation with @Halo, [Jared Harris] will be getting credit for his contribution to the map Highpower. SotP & Jared are happy with this solution and we're thankful for 343's willingness to investigate and sort this out." (Retrieved on Dec 5, 2021) [archive]