Halo Infinite Tenrai Event Rewards and Challenges - Week 2

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Halo Infinite Fracture: Tenrai rewards are back now for week 2, so here's a full handy list of what you're missing out on if you don't hop into Fiesta when it returns.

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The rewards are part of an event-exclusive battle pass with tiers that unlock as you complete challenges. This time, Fiesta is the special playlist, and all you essentially need to do is play Fiesta matches and, sometimes, win to progress through the battle pass. Here's what you'll get for your trouble.

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January 5, 2022 - Fracture: Tenrai is back!

There's been some big changes to the Tenrai unlocks list.

You can now progress 10 tiers per week by completing event challenges. From tier 10 onward, all the less interesting bits (XP Boosts and Challenge Swaps) have been replaced by cosmetic items previously seen in the Halo Infinite store, which is a huge improvement over the first week.

December 17, 2021 - Rewards Changes

343 announced some changes to Tenrai rewards for the next two times the event shows up. The developers said that the Tenrai Battle Pass will include more cosmetic items and fewer swaps and boosts. The cosmetics include items previously only available in the Halo Infinite store, so you won't have to spend credits to get them now.

Halo Infinite Fracture Tenrai Rewards

Unlike the regular Season 1 Battle Pass, you'll clear a tier every time you complete an event challenge. All Fracture Tenrai rewards are free, so it doesn't matter if you've purchased the premium pass or not.

You'll also notice a change in the rewards from the first week of the Tenrai event. Now, you won't see any XP Boosts or Challenge Swaps past rank 10. Instead, they've been replaced by cosmetics previously available in the Halo Infinite item shop.

  1. Torii Reflection backdrop
  2. Challenge Swap
  3. XP Boost
  4. Samurai ID tag
  5. Yoroi armor core
  6. Challenge Swap
  7. XP Boost
  8. XP Boost
  9. Samurai Vehicle Emblem
  10. Gatekeeper Left Shoulder Pad
  11. Gatekeeper Right Shoulder Pad
  12. Dragonbark Knee Pad
  13. Echo Blue Armor Coating (Yoroi)
  14. Samurai Armor Emblem
  15. Kabuto Helmet
  16. Dragonbark Left Shoulder Pad
  17. Dragonbark Right Shoulder Pad
  18. Fog Painting Armor Coating (Yoroi)
  19. Samurai Weapon Emblem
  20. Sol Devil Weapon Coating (MA40 Assault Rifle)
  21. Tempered Steel Visor (Yoroi)
  22. Dragonbark Hipguard Utility (Yoroi)
  23. Jadeiron Plate Chest (Yoroi)
  24. Whispered Sky Weapon Coating (MK50 Sidekick)
  25. Yokai Helmet (Yoroi)
  26. Spring Blossom Filter Helmet Attachment
  27. Funeral Bell Stance
  28. Whispered Sky Weapon Coating (BR75 Battle Rifle)
  29. Staghelm Crest Helmet Attachment
  30. Swordsman's Belt Utility Attachment
The Halo Infinite Fracture Tenrai challenge screen, showing the event-exclusive battle pass and weekly challenges

It's worth noting some of the rewards have places for additional details or styles as well, so it's possible 343 could introduce new rewards when the event surfaces again in 2022.

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Halo Infinite Fracture Progression

You'll complete event-specific challenges to progress in the Fracture battle pass. These are marked by an orange flag when they pop up in the weekly challenge list.

The event challenges are randomly added to your weekly challenge list. It seems like everyone starts with two by default, and then you may get another Fiesta challenge or a normal challenge after that. So far, our Fiesta challenges have been fairly simple - tasks such as playing a Fiesta match or winning a Fiesta match - so it should prove less troublesome to get event XP.

If you find you're not getting enough Fiesta challenges, break out the challenge swap items for another chance at an event task.

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