The Halo franchise has made cosmetics and armor customization a big part of the multiplayer experience. There are many things over the years that you could alter. Fans of the Master Chief would absolutely love to deck their armor and logos out in all manner of shapes, colors and accents. And with the launch of a new game that tradition continues.
Not only can you make your armor look super cool by tweaking many parts of it, but you can take things a step further. There’s a new cosmetic item in Halo Infinite called Fractures, and it’s quite cool. So what are Fractures in Halo Infinite? These items are added to the game to represent non-canon elements of the game’s plot.
Completing Fractures in Infinite will allow players to apply the cosmetics to your armor as you play. The Yoroi Samurai Armor is one of the first ones. Players can get this item by completing the Fractures: Tenrai event that’s in the game. The developers will likely add more events over time. So expect that many more evnets for Fractures are added. The first event begins on Nov. 23.
Each in-game event will have its own goals, with players required to fulfill various objectives. Those looking to earn fracture cosmetics may be asked to complete matches in a certain game mode, for example.