- If you're all about earning medals and showing everyone else who's best, you are in luck.
- New leaks suggest that brand new medals are coming to Halo Infinite multiplayer mode.
- Infection, King of the Hill, Undead Hunter, and Sneak King are just some of the new medals.
- No official release date for these new prizes has been provided, but look for the in-game soon.
Halo fans are probably too busy right now, enjoying the new experience and all, but you might want to pause your game for just a few seconds and read this.
Fancy earning some new medals in Halo Infinite? Well, if that’s the case, you are in luck because developers are planning on introducing some never-before-seen medals in the game.
What new medals did you ask? We’re about to show you the new models designed for the latest Halo title, and you can tell us which one is your favorite out of them all, or which one you think will be the hardest to obtain.
Prepare for King of the Hill, Infection and Zombie Slayer
If the multiplayer mode and the various rewards you can get are what keep you playing Halo Infinite, you will surely be happy to hear that even more prizes are on their way.
Yes, you’ve heard correctly, we are talking about some brand new shiny medals for you to earn when completing certain milestones.
Recent Twitter leaks actually show the icons of the upcoming medals, so you can get a taste of what is to come.
The first tweet depicts images that are going to be used for medals such as Clash of Kings, Zombie Slayer, Reclaimer, and The Sickness.
Yes, we said the first tweet because there are actually three of them, each bringing something new to the already bountiful table.
As for the second and third tweets showing the leaked medals, we are looking at Secure Line, Signal Block, Sneak King, Undead Hunter, Watch the Throne, Skyjack, Saboteur, and Interception.
There aren’t any details that would hint at how these can be obtained, but for many of them, the name is pretty self-explanatory.
Of course, some will be easier to get than others, but that doesn’t mean that it’s going to be impossible for you to actually earn some.
This will surely get Halo Infinite players even more fired up and in the mood for some serious action.
These types of challenges are always welcome, considering that the multiplayer mode of the game isn’t based on difficulty levels, but on each player’s skill and adaptability.
So, adding some more incentives to get even the most passive players riled up is actually a great idea from game creators.
We’re not exactly sure when these medals will become available within the game itself, but just keep an eye out and we’re sure you’ll notice them once they are added.
Out of all the new medals presented in this article, which one will be the hardest to obtain, in your opinion?
Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.