Wondering how to get the Halo Infinite Act of Genesis stance? You and dozens of other Halo players. In theory, the Act of Genesis stance unlocks as you play through the Halo Infinite campaign. In practice, it's apparently bugged or obtained in a way no one has yet uncovered. There's a hefty new update planned for December 14 that could resolve the issue, but for now, it seems the only thing we can do is wait - or keep searching for outlandish ways of unlocking it.
How to Get Act of Genesis Stance in Halo Infinite
Normally, you'll find armor cabinets on Zeta Halo with special stances and other cosmetics that transfer over to Halo Infinite's multiplayer. It seems the Act of Genesis stance isn't one of those, however. Some players thought it might be tied to completing the campaign on Legendary mode, but that, too, failed to bear fruit.
343 previously acknowledged issues with Halo's multiplayer recognizing cosmetics earned in the campaign if you're playing offline or using quick resume. It's not been fixed yet, but community director Brian Jarrard promised a patch is in the works.
"The team is aware and we will eventually have a retroactive fix (you will get the cosmetics youve earned)," Jarrard said on Twitter. "For now, I recommend not continuing a Quick Resume session and making sure you’re online before venturing into Zeta Halo."
Since there's not even a notification letting you know you should have unlocked the Act of Genesis stance, this one might be tied to another bug, though. Either way, expect your cosmetics locker to get quite a bit fuller once the patch does arrive.