Halo Infinite’s free-to-play multiplayer has entered its first season, and here is when players can expect Season 2.
This simply means that the developers will continue to develop and release content throughout the game’s lifespan. As well, devs usually incorporate the concept of “Seasons” and “Battle Passes” to keep players engaged.
And Halo Infinite is not immune to the “Seasonal” style of live service gaming. In fact, 343 Industries released Halo Infinite’s multiplayer early so it could add more content to Season 1.
Halo Infinite Season 1 Launch
A surprise announcement came from 343 Industries during the Xbox 20th Anniversary live show on November 15. The devs announced that Halo Infinite’s free-to-play multiplayer would be available right after the show.
Not only that, but the Multiplayer Beta would allow players to have access to the Season 1 Battle Pass. Season 1 is titled Heroes of Reach, and you can view the launch trailer below.
As well as a Battle Pass full of cosmetics, players can also unlock armor sets that resemble all of the Noble Team members.
When does Season 2 start?
A blog post on Halo Waypoint reveals that Halo Infinite Season 1 will last until May 2022. That’s six months of content for the first season of Halo Infinite.
However, we don’t know exactly when in May Halo Infinite Season 1 will end. 343 Industries has promised more details regarding Season 2 would be provided in January.
Halo Infinite Season 1 content
Six months may seem like a long time, but 343 Industries has a lot planned for the duration of the season. This includes several special events over the course of the season starting with the Fracture: Tenrai event on February 23.
These events will include special playlists, Event Passes, and exclusive cosmetic rewards. Some of these events, like the Fracture: Tenrai event, will be free while others will have paid features.
Season 1 will also integrate with Halo Infinite’s campaign. 343 Industries has stated that players will earn exclusive multiplayer rewards by playing the campaign. That’s on top of the 100 tiers of cosmetic items to be earned from the Season 1 Premium Battle pass.
We will continue to update this article as 343 Industries reveals more details about Halo Infinite’s multiplayer. For now, enjoy playing Halo Infinite for free on Xbox and PC.
For more Halo, check out every map in Halo Infinite so far, and stay tuned for more news and guides.
Image Credit: 343 Industries
How to slide in Fortnite Chapter 3
Fortnite’s newest mechanic that lets you slide across the map. Here’s how to do it, along with details on how to slide cancel.
Epic Games added a slide mechanic in Fortnite Chapter 3, and here’s everything you need to know about it, including how to cancel slides during combat.
There are many changes to sort through in Fortnite Chapter 3. We have a new Battle Pass featuring Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and Spider-Man as unlockable skins, and some new mechanics to give players an advantage in battle.
One of these allows players to slide across the map while running. This feature has been a part of games like Apex Legends for a long time and is now finally in Fortnite. It’s also fairly easy to pull off during combat.
Here’s everything you need to know about sliding in Fortnite.
How to slide in Fortnite on PlayStation, Xbox, Switch, and PC
You can slide in Fortnite by running and pressing the crouch button. As we said before, this isn’t too difficult to do during combat, and you just need to know which button to press..
Here are the default slide buttons on all platforms:
- PS4/ PS5: Press the right analogue stick down
- Xbox One/ Xbox Series X: Press the right analogue stick down
- Nintendo Switch: Press the right control stick down
- PC: Press the CTRL key
While this is the default crouch button, it’s important to note that this may not apply if you have changed it in your keybinding settings. So you’ll need to remember what button it is or reset it to the default settings.
How To slide cancel in Fortnite
Sometimes you might accidentally start sliding when you didn’t intend to, and this could seriously harm you during a gunfight. Luckily, the game lets you cancel the animation by pressing the crouch button a second time.
This will instantly get your character back into the running position. You can only slide down steep slopes such as hills, mountains, and slanting rooftops. Since you can use your weapon while sliding, this can be useful in battles.
You can also change the “slide hold time” when playing on a controller. This changes the duration for which you need to hold the crouch button to get your character to begin sliding.
Image credits: Epic Games
Apex Legends: Crypto Heirloom model & animations leaked by dataminers
New Apex Legends leaks have uncovered the long awaited model and animations for Crypto’s Heirloom, which will likely drop in Season 12.
Apex Legends dataminers have been hard at work uncovering future content for Respawn’s battle royale, and the latest revealed Crypto’s Heirloom.
The Season 11 Collection Event will bring Wattson‘s Heirloom, but one character in particular has been amongst the talk of whose Heirloom will be next for quite a few seasons.
Finally, we have more information on Crypto‘s Heirloom, including when it could be arriving, the 3D model, and some of the animations.
Every Apex Legends player is desperate for an Heirloom and the Collection Events stand as the easiest way to obtain one. The only catch is that you don’t get to pick which one you get as the only one available during these events is the latest one to drop.
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Although they aren’t the most popular Legend in the game, Crypto has always been a fan-favorite when it comes to personality and style. The Korean hacker was one of the first new Legends to drop, being introduced in Season 3 along with World’s Edge.
Despite being introduced so early, we have yet to see his Heirloom, well, until now.
Apex Legends Crypto Heirloom leak
The leaker responsible for Crypto’s Heirloom leaks is Thordan Smash. This is a very reliable source as they have been involved in several leaks that have come to fruition such as Ash’s abilities prior to Season 11.
In their latest video, they showed off footage of Crypto’s Heirloom from the player’s perspective. The Heirloom takes the form of a retracting Korean Jikdo sword. The version of Crypto’s Heirloom shown in the video is clearly unfinished as it doesn’t possess any textures or colors.
Having said that, we can probably expect the Jikdo to have the green and white pallet Crypto is known for.
We also got to see some interesting animations in the video. It seems the Jikdo will be retractable, and when Crypto pulls it out, it will extend almost like a lightsaber.
Crypto holds the Heirloom like a sword and for those who love Heirloom designs that actually look like weapons, this one is definitely for you.
That’s all on Crypto’s Heirloom leaks, for more on Apex Legends be sure to check out when Apex Legends’ third Anniversary is.
Image Credits: Respawn Entertainment
How to get Victory Crown in Fortnite
The Victory Crown is a new addition in Fortnite Chapter 3 and here’s everything you need to know about it.
Epic Games have added the Victory Crown in Fortnite Chapter 3, and here’s everything you need to know about it, including what it does and how to get it.
Fortnite Chapter 3, Season 1 has brought a brand-new Battle Pass that features several unlockable skins like Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and Spider-Man. There are also new items like Spidey’s Web-Shooters.
Another new feature is the Victory Crown, and players who hold this item will gain some extremely useful benefits. In case you’re wondering what it does and how to get it, we’ve got you covered.
Here’s everything you need to know about the Victory Crown.
What is the Victory Crown in Fortnite?
As the name implies, the Victory Crown can be worn on your head when you’re on Fortnite Island. It is a new feature that provides its wearers with some neat rewards that will make it highly sought-after.
If you’ve got the Victory Crown then you’ll receive bonus XP during the match while wearing it. If you win a game while you have it on then you’ll get an altered Victory Royale screen where a Crown is added on top of the text.
You will also get an exclusive emote that shows you the amount of Crowned Victory Royales that you earn when playing Fortnite Chapter 3, Season 1. So, wearing the Victory Crown definitely has its advantages.
How to get the Victory Crown in Fortnite
Victory Crowns will automatically be awarded to the top few players in a game. You can get it when playing Solo, Duos, Trios, and Squads, but you’ll need to play extremely well to succeed.
Once you’ve got one, you’ll start your next match wearing the Victory Crown. This is risky because it makes you a target for other players that will attempt to eliminate you and steal it for themselves.
- Read More: How to get Fortnite Nick Fury skin
You’ll need to fight to defend the Crown from enemies, so there is a great degree of risk associated with it. If you wish to avoid that, then you can simply drop the Victory Crown item.
Image credits: Epic Games
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