I noticed plenty of players stopped complaining about Halo Infinite once they jumped into the multiplayer beta. One thing that still has some players complaining is the Battle Pass system. The first season of Heroes of Reach is set up like other games. This isn’t like Fortnite or Sea of Thieves, it does take some work to level up.
It will take some time to unlock each item. The easiest way is to do each daily and weekly reward. That should get you to the 100th level in no time. This is also the cheapest way since you can spend real money on this. Players will notice that you can get a Premium Battle Pass for 1000 Halo Credits. That’s $10 in real money, the next one will cost you a little more. A Premium Pass Bundle is 2,800 Halo Credits that get players up to level 25. A $30 price point for players that are keeping track.
Heroes of Reach Battle Pass Progression
As you progress through the 100 levels you will notice some free items. Those will be free to those that don’t pay. However, they will not be able to unlock any of the other items unless they say free above them. Of course, it is a bummer to those who don’t want to spend money on this free game. All the 1000 Halo Credit pass will do is unlock those items that had a locked picture. You won’t be getting any XP from that one. Players still have to go through the game and play it unlocking XP as they play.
As you can see in the gallery below, each picture shows off a different part of the Battle Pass system. Yet, there is one thing you do need to know if you buy the Premium Pass Bundle. That is that your level will not automatically go up, you need to open the boosters menu to use them. It would be nice if this was like the Plunder Pass or Call of Duty Battle Pass. Those just automatically go to level 25.
I know the information is super easy to understand. It’s just a new game and some players will always have questions. Let us know how you feel about the Halo Infinite Multiplayer Beta and Season One: Heros of Reach in the comment section.