Halo Infinite has received a whole lot of attention since its multiplayer launch, and we're constantly getting a lot more info about the game. One thing we've been enjoying a whole lot is getting back in the classic Halo Infinite vehicles and riding into battle with the wind in our smooth green helmets.
Here's a full list of all the Halo Infinite vehicles - we're even putting together some information on how to complete the vehicle-specific challenges in the game!
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All Halo Infinite Vehicles
Here's a handy list of all confirmed vehicles in Halo Infinite:
- M12B Warthog
- M15 Razorback
- M290 Mongoose
- M808C Scorpion
- AV-29 Wasp
It's an ever-growing list mind, so we'll keep our eyes out for other options! We'll include vehicles we've seen during flight testing. Keep reading for more details on each of the aforementioned vehicles.
The Pelican is a UNSC favourite. A stalwart for over a century, it's been the dropship of choice for both troops and vehicles. The Pelican is what you'll be looking at up in the sky when awaiting your other vehicles' airdrops! Be sure to tip your pilot.
Ah, the Warthog. This four-wheeled all-terrain vehicle is another classic of the Halo franchise, bringing speed and death to all who face it since the Combat Evolved days. It's just as great to use here, with a gunner seat, solid handling, and a surprising amount of pace.
The AV-29 Wasp is a VTOL aircraft of the UNSC. They're fast to produce and easy to maintain, making them great to use as gunships in Halo Infinite. There's only room for one in there though, so don't think you'll be trundling pals back to your base in this thing.
If you're struggling with the specific Wasp-related challenge on Halo Infinite, not to worry! We have a guide on how to get a kill with the Wasp's chaingun.
A long-range transport vehicle that looks very similar to the Pelican, the Condor is a bit chunkier, known to fans as 'Fat Pelican'. It's no slouch, and the differentiator for the Condor is that it possesses an FTL drive.
Brand new for Halo Infinite, the Razorback was designed as an offshoot of the Warthog. It can be a no-frills transport or host a gunner passenger depending on the model.
We all love the Mongoose. Its full name is M290 All-Terrain Vehicle, but we're on nickname terms at this point. This one is designed for transport, so grab your buddies and hop on your way.
If you're looking for something a little more heavy-duty, here's what you'll want. It's a tank, basically. As standard, you'll have a smooth-bore cannon weapon in addition to a machine gun to deal with infantry. It's a lot to handle and is best tackled with a squad in tow.
The Banshee is a classic assault aircraft used by the Covenant. You'll have two different weapons and a whole lot of mobility, so the best Banshee pilots will absolutely dominate the skies.
It's not a helicopter. The Chopper in Halo Infinite is a whole different beast, and not just because it's a ground vehicle. The driver sits at the back of the vehicle, protected from enemy fire, and has access to two autocannons to play with. They're hefty, and can heavily damage Warthogs and the like by ramming into them too.
The Phantom is a dropship in a similar vein to the Pelican. It can carry whole squads of infantry across long distances, making them vital in the Covenant's war effort.
Why do all Covenant vehicles have such eerie names? The Ghost is a small attack vehicle, capable of holding a single rider. They're popular and extremely useful in battle both for relocating and charging objectives.
The Wraith is a Covenant tank vehicle. They're heavily armoured, able to fire an arcing plasma gun and have the potential to turn the tide of battle with just a few well-placed blasts. What a treat.
How To Get Vehicles In Halo Infinite
In Halo Infinite multiplayer, you find vehicles dotted around the map at designated spawn points. If the vehicle isn't present but is outlined in translucent blue, it's not quite ready to collect just yet.
With Halo Infinite's release date almost here, we're ready for what the full game and its updates have to offer. In the meantime, we have all the info on the best Halo Infinite guns you could ever want, as well as what we know about the Halo Infinite Battle Pass.