Halo Infinite’s esports skins are the best way to rep your favorite HCS team.
As part of Halo Infinite’s early multiplayer release, players can buy nine esports-themed skins in the skin shop. The first batch includes nine skins themed after prominent esports organizations. Halo esports bundles include unique armor colors, skins for the battle rifle, and a profile badge to show off your commitment.
Each Halo Infinite esports bundle costs 1,000 credits in the in-game store. A 1,000 credit bundle costs $9.99. In addition to a snazzy esports color pattern, the skins also include the esports organization’s logo on the Spartan armor’s chest plate. Here are all nine Halo esports bundles available at launch.
Do Halo esports skins support the teams?
343 Industries has not stated that any of the money from these skins goes directly to the esports teams they’re designed for. Most games with esports skins usually split the proceeds from sponsored skins between the developers and the partner organizations. This is true for Dota 2, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, League of Legends, Rocket League, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, and more. But it’s not clear if this is the case for Halo Infinite.
It’s possible that the sponsors agreed to this system as part of joining the 2022 Halo Championship Series. Esports fans should keep this uncertainty in mind when it comes to purchasing these skins.
As part of Halo Infinite’s release, 343 Industries is pushing esports as a major selling point. These nine bundles represent esports organizations that have already signed on to the new Halo Championship Series. 343 has also posted a rough roadmap for what Halo esports will look like in 2022. If the game is a competitive success, fans might expect to see more esports skins in the Halo Infinite shop throughout the year.