Halo Infinite will soon launch another event, Cyber Showdown, and its rewards will be available in early 2022.
The new entry into the Halo franchise has experienced a unique launch strategy.
To begin with, its multiplayer had an early release and launched as a free-to-play title.
As time progressed, fans have praised how well made the game is, mechanically speaking.
343 Industries is undoubtedly trying to keep players engaged. Just recently, the Halo Infinite Fracture: Tenrai event took place.
Now, 343 is looking to keep players entertained just as 2022 arrives with the Cyber Showdown Hali Infinite event.
Halo Infinite Cyber Showdown: All Rewards & Event Date
Cyber Showdown, a limited-time event for Halo Infinite, launches on January 18, 2022.
This event will extend for roughly two weeks, ending on January 31. According to reports, Halo Infinite Cyber Showdown is comprised of ten reward ranks.
There is no word yet as to what the challenges for this event would entail. Also, there is no confirmation if these challenges will also grant XP for Season One’s progression like Fracture: Tenrai.
Although, it is very like this event will include a new LTM playlist such as Fiesta.
343 Industries is trying to keep its fanbase busy. In addition to Cyber Showdown, another timed-event title Tactical Ops recently leaked.
Halo Infinite Tactical Ops Rewards
The Halo Infinite Cyber Showdown event includes the following reward ranks.
- 1 – Claw Patrol Spartan Pose
- 2 – Challenge Swap
- 3 – 250 XP Grant
- 4 – Scorpion Punch Mark VII Armor Coating
- 5 – MARK V ZETA Helmet
- 6 – Challenge Swap
- 7 – 250 XP Grant
- 8 – 250 XP Grant
- 9 – UA7Mauros Helmet Attachment
- 10 – Lone Wolf Nameplate Background
It is yet to be determined how this event model is going to be received by the community. Halo Infinite Fracture: Tenrai launched as a 1-week event scattered around multiple dates.
One thing is true about Halo Infinite’s fandom; it is a very vocal group. Recently, fans requested a way to counter the overpowered Energy Sword.
Additionally, gamers requested a buff for the Ravager, which is considered the worst gun in the franchise to date.
Without a doubt, as soon as Halo Infinite Cyber Showdown goes live, we will know if fans feel this is a win or yet another ‘needs improvement’ situation.