Halo Infinite is giving Xbox and PC players free 20th anniversary cosmetics this week only

The hotly-anticipated Halo Infinite Multiplayer launched today on Windows PC and Microsoft’s Xbox One and Xbox Series X console families. While the game is technically in open beta, all of the progress made right now will carry over to the game when it launches in full on December 8th and it’s unlikely that the game in its current form will change all that much between now and less than a month from now.

To help encourage players to dive in and give Halo Infinite Multiplayer a go, Microsoft is rewarding everyone who plays between now and November 22nd a variety of completely free in-game cosmetic items that pay homage to both Halo and Xbox’s 20th anniversaries which were this week.

Among the items are color themes inspired by the iconic Xbox green and several graphics for decorating user nameplates, armor, and weapons. You can check them all out in the image below.

Halo and xbox 20th anniversary halo infinite items
Halo and xbox 20th anniversary halo infinite items

All of these 20th anniversary items immediately unlock the second Halo Infinite is loaded up and connected to the internet. There’s no in-game notification but each item can be found in their respective customization inventories.

You have just one week to claim these items so make sure you download and open Halo Infinite as soon as possible. Halo Infinite is completely free-to-play so no purchase is required.

In addition to the 20th anniversary items, Halo Infinite players can also claim a free Halo Championship Series bundle of cosmetics as well. It’s unclear if these items are time limited or an ongoing gift for all new Halo players.

Halo championship series bundle
Halo championship series bundle

The free Halo Championship Series bundle can be found for zero credits in the in-game shop.

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