The First Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Bonus for “Halo Infinite” Includes Skins

Microsoft and 343 Industries have revealed that the first “Halo Infinite” Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Perk contains a brilliantly colored assault rifle cosmetic. Game Pass Ultimate, as the name implies, is an advanced version of Xbox Game Pass that costs $15 per month, which is only $5 more than the normal subscription plan. Of course, the higher tier comes with extra perks like in-game Perks, EA Play for console and PC users, and a library of experiences that can be played on tablets and phones.

The Halo Infinite multiplayer Perk is being announced alongside information on the Xbox Game Pass additions for December 2021. The campaign mode of Halo Infinite” is at the top of the list of future games, with a release date set for Wednesday, December 8. The popular simulation RPG Stardew Valley, as well as cooperative shooter Aliens: Fireteam Elite and social deduction title Among Us, will be available on Game Pass this month. The former will be available on December 2, while the latter two will be available on December 14.

All Ultimate subscribers will have access to “monthly “Halo Infinite” multiplayer goodies,” the first of which arrives on December 8 in the shape of a ‘Pass Tense’ MA40 AR Bundle, according to the Xbox Wire page promoting this month’s Game Pass offerings. The bundle in question includes the ‘Pass Tense’ MA40 Assault Rifle weapon skin, four Challenge Swaps, and four 2XP Boosts, as detailed in the blog article. These Ultimate bonus items will only be available in multiplayer modes in “Halo Infinite”. Look at the following graphic for a closer look at the bundled items:

The extra perks on a show for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members should help establish expectations for the other “Halo Infinite” multiplayer Perks that will be released regularly. Players will have to decide for themselves, but the bundle itself appears to be promising. After all, that is a lovely hue of green.

The story campaign for “Halo Infinite” won’t be released for another week, but owing to the early release of the online suite, Halo fans are immediately immersed in the all-new experience. Microsoft surprised fans by releasing the multiplayer a few weeks ago, on November 15, as part of the Halo franchise’s 20th-anniversary celebrations. Despite flaws with the battle pass grind, which 343 engineers are attempting to fix, this multiplayer title appears to be the one to beat as the year comes to a conclusion.