Halo Infinite: How To Use The Cindershot

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Grenades and launchers play a massive role in Halo Infinite. From the M41 SPNKR to the Hydra, the Cindershot also fits the category.

Players can get creative with the powerful grenade launcher, making it perfect for crowd control. We break down a few tips on how to get the best out of the cannon.

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Halo Infinite: How To Use The Cindershot

Each Cindershot magazine has a maximum capacity of 6 projectiles, where each missile is capable of high damage. The Cindershot is unique in that the shots bounce once before exploding into several pieces, unless it's been shot directly at a Spartan. This means that you can miss your shot, but it could still end up making contact with your target.

You can also control the direction the projectiles travel by zooming in. Shoot the grenade and focus on a specific location to divert the bomb to your intended target. This makes the Cindershot useful in making contact with large groups of people who are pretty far away, or for damaging groups of Spartans in a tight room that can't be faced head-on.

Spartan jumps at an enemy ship.
Credit: 343 Industries

The biggest issue is the limited ammo associated with the Cindershot. So be aware of its ammo in close or medium combat scenarios.

While the Cindershot isn't the best explosive option, it stills offers you the most creative way to take out your enemies. If you're struggling with progressing in Halo Infinite, check out our guide on how to gain XP fast.