Halo Infinite Shop This Week (April 12)
Not content that Spartan already looks irresistibly cool, 343 Industries has added an entire store to Halo Infinite, so players can customize their appearance even more. Or maybe you just want to wear the Purrfect Audio cat-ear headphones or the overpriced Mister Chief bundle.
Whatever your style, the Halo Infinite store has something for everyone.
There are plenty of cosmetic items you can purchase, provided you have your account credits to spare. Plus, there’s a whole bunch of specially designed items to support your favorite Halo Infinite Championship team. This way you can represent the colors of FaZe, Fnatic, Cloud9 or any esports team you cheer on at home.
If you want to know when that in-game store refreshes, or maybe you just want to know what weekly items are currently available for purchase without having to start the game, then fear not. Read on and you will find all the information you need.
What’s in the Halo Infinite Store today?
Just below, you’ll find an overview of the weekly items you can currently purchase from the Halo Infinite Store.
These items are available from April 12 for April 19.
Note that we have not included daily items available in Halo Infinite.
What time does the Halo Infinite Store refresh?
The Halo Infinite Store refreshes weekly, Tuesdays at 10am PT / 1pm ET / 6pm BST, bringing new weekly items to the store for players who purchase them.
Daily Halo Infinite Store highlight items will also refresh every day at the same time of 10:00 AM PT / 1:00 PM ET / 6:00 PM BST.
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Can you get free items from the Halo Infinite Store?
In a word, no. To date, the developer has not put any free items in the store, and Halo Infinite store items can only be redeemed with credits, which can be purchased directly from Microsoft. 343 Industries said that in the game’s upcoming Season 2 Battle Pass, players will be able to earn Credits. For now, you’ll have to part with your own money if you want to buy anything from the Halo Infinite store.