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How to Claim Halo Infinite Xbox Game Pass Perks

Halo Infinite is getting some interesting Xbox Game Pass perks this month!

Halo Infinite Multiplayer is finally in the hands of gamers worldwide. After a pretty long wait and several delays, the newest entry in the Halo franchise is finally live.

After a rocky development, Halo Infinite has been well received as far as critics go. But, this does not mean that it is a perfect game.

Halo Infinite fans recently complained about the lack of game modes in recent events. Fortunately, it seems 343 Industries is actively listening to this feedback.

A recent leak revealed King of the Hil and Tactical Slayer modes coming to the Cyber Showdown event.

Microsoft is also adding some nifty rewards for Halo Infinite just by being an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscriber.

How to Redeem Xbox Game Pass Halo Infinite Rewards

This month, Microsoft has already rolled out the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate perks for Halo Infinite Multiplayer.

You need to have in mind that these perks can not be redeemed if you have the regular Xbox or PC Game Pass. An Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription is required.

The Past Tense Warthog Xbox Game Pass perks for Halo Infinite include:

  • “Past Tense” Warthog Coating
  • Four Challenge Swaps
  • Four 2XP

This is the simplest way to redeem your Halo Infinite perks on Xbox Game Pass Ultimate:


  • Open the Xbox App on your PC
  • Click on the Perks button
  • Select the Halo Infinite Past Tense Warthog Bundle to redeem it

Xbox Series X | S – Xbox One

  • Go to the Xbox Game Pass App
  • Tap the Perks button under the showcase section
  • Find and select the Halo Infinite Past Tense Warthog Bundle to redeem it

Mobile Phone – iOS or Android

  • Access the Xbox Game Pass App
  • Tap the middle icon with your avatar picture
  • Scroll to the Perks section
  • Find and select the Halo Infinite Past Tense Warthog Bundle to redeem it

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Xbox Game Pass Halo Infinite Multiplayer Perks (1)

Halo Infinite is undoubtedly getting a lot of attention. Although this is not necessarily good attention all the time.

Some days ago, gamers reported cheaters ending matches early by using a hack that crashes servers.

This issue prompted players to demand an easier way to report cheaters and hackers. At this moment, the game lacks a seamless in-game feature to do this.

343 Industries has since addressed the cheating issue and stated an anti-cheat solution would be rolled out in February.

Aside from this problem, 343 Industries also addressed the desync issue currently affecting many Halo Infinite Multiplayer matches.

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David Ball

Thursday 13th of January 2022

After your description on how to redeem it there is more things you have to do and I am not willing to waste my time


Thursday 13th of January 2022

Every player that is using the shields double hack is being monitored. Ban them for a year. They are ruining a good experience, and they win nothing. Everyone can see them. When you hit a guy6 time with a cindershot and he still has shields???? Drop out of the game in protest. Maybe MS will do something!?