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Mark V Zeta

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Mark V Zeta
HINF MKVZETA Helmet Icon.png
Production overview

Manufacturer(s):

Materials Group[1][2]

Type:

MJOLNIR (GEN3)[2]

Technical specifications

Feature(s):

  • High-threat response interlinks[2]
  • Surveillance interlinks[2]
 

Mark V Zeta is a MJOLNIR Powered Assault Armor variant, based upon Mark V but upgraded for compatibility with the MJOLNIR [GEN3] platform.[1][2]

GEN3 overview[edit]

The Mark V Zeta helmet was worn by Spartans affiliated with the ONI Xeno-Materials Exploitation Group, who were deployed on Installation 07. They found that its high-threat response and surveillance interlinks were well suited to the unique operating environment on the ring.[1][2]

In-game information[edit]

Halo Infinite[edit]

The Mark V Zeta helmet and its attachments are available for multiplayer Spartan armor customization on the Mark VII armor core in Halo Infinite.

Helmet Manufacturer Lore Rarity Unlock Requirements
HINF MKVZETA Helmet Icon.png
Mark V Zeta
Materials Group Spartans assigned to ONI's Xeno-Materials Exploitation Group on Installation 07 found that their upgraded MARK V's mix of high-threat response and surveillance interlinks were ideal for the ring's peculiar operating environment. Legendary Tactical Ops Event Pass level 5
Customization Icon
UA/MAUROS
Chalybs Defense Solutions THEIA-enhanced up-armored faceplate for high-threat response. Legendary Tactical Ops Event Pass level 10

Attachments[edit]

The following attachments are not exclusive to Mark V Zeta, and are compatible with other helmets on the Mark VII core.

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Concept art[edit]

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List of appearances[edit]

Sources[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Halo Waypoint, Canon Fodder - Parallel Threads (Retrieved on Jul 21, 2021) [archive]
  2. ^ a b c d e f Halo Infinite, Armor Hall: Mark V Zeta - Helmet Description "Spartans assigned to ONI's Xeno-Materials Exploitation Group on Installation 07 found that their upgraded MARK V's mix of high-threat response and surveillance interlinks were ideal for the ring's peculiar operating environment."