Everything You Need to Know About Halo Infinite’s Brand New Winter Contingency Event

Published 12/22/2021, 2:17 PM EST


American gaming giant, Xbox is not going to allow Halo Infinite to fall off from the spotlight. Ever since the studio announced the free-t0-play multiplayer for the title, the community has been looking forward to its release. Now that the game has finally been released, developers are actively working on filling it up with great cosmetic content and events.

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Christmas is right around the corner and every single title has worked out new elaborate events for the same. Halo is also jumping into the festive spirit as the studio rolls out a brand new Winter Contingency event. It holds great promise for the player base as the event is offering free cosmetic rewards.

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Halo Infinite is getting a Christmas event

In a recent blog post, developers laid out everything that fans will stand to gain from this next major event. The event will go on till January 4th.

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It offers 10 great rewards that will help you dive into the Christmas spirit with your friends. Each day, the title will roll out a brand new reward that gamers can pick up and tune in again for more.

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Every day, gamers will need to jump into the multiplayer section and play a game of either arena or big team battle. Gamers can collect all the available rewards by the end of the 31st of December. That said, the studio is also offering a few extra days for the gamers to pick up any rewards that they may have missed out on.

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Understandably, Christmas time is a special occasion where friends and family get together. Players may or may not find the time to log in every day, and these extra days will help cover the deficit.

The resurgence of the Halo franchise in 2021 has been the biggest blessing for the gaming community. The game is doing pretty well so far, and those who love vertical combat can’t seem to drop the title.

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Ayank Chourasia

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Ayank Chourasia is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. He has been writing since 2016 across various fields, having done his BBA from T.I.

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