How Many Weekly Challenges Do You Have to Complete in Halo Infinite?

How Many Weekly Challenges Do You Have to Complete in Halo Infinite?

Halo Infinite has a variety of game modes and special daily and weekly challenges. By completing them you will receive EXP points for the Battle Pass. In this guide, we’ll tell you everything about the Weekly Challenges.

Weekly Challenges in Halo Infinite

Weekly Challenges are updated every week on Tuesday at specific times depending on the region.

  • East Coast US: 12 pm
  • West Coast US: 9 am
  • Europe: 6 pm
  • UK: 5 pm

And of course, you must complete all these Weekly Challenges, because, in addition to increasing your Battle Pass at the end, you will receive a special Weekly reward.

You will need to complete a total of 21 Challenges. They are divided into 3 tiers and one capstone challenge.

The first 8 tasks of the first tier, 8 more of the second tier, 4 of the third tier, and at the end is the capstone Challenge. For completing them you will receive from 200-300 experience, depending on the tier.

If you find it difficult to complete some Challenges, you can use Challenge Swap, as we described here.

Remember that you only have 3 slots for active Weekly Challenges. 4 slots are available for those who bought the Premium Battle Pass. Only these active 3-4 Challenges will be tracked. You can also view upcoming challenges by pressing Y on the controller.

343 posted a tweet that they are actively working on bugs in the Challenge system and a new update is on the way. But since this can knock your weekly progress, players who will play from November 23rd to 30th will be given the Weekly Reward as an apology.

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