We’re already a few days into Halo Infinite Season 2, which has added all sorts of game modes such as Last Spartan Standing to multiplayer, as well as weapons, armor sets, and more. One of the events in the pipeline is Halo infinite Fracture: Entrenched, which has multiple dates to keep track of, which means you’ll have plenty of time to dive into it. This guide covers all the rewards and the event release schedule so you can plan your game nights accordingly.
Halo Infinite Fracture: Entrenched Release Dates – Event Schedule
First, if you’re curious about when exactly you can take part in the event, you can find the full schedule here. Remember that there are going to be multiple periods throughout four weeks, so no need to rush if you happen to miss the first and so on.
The Halo Infinite Fracture: Entrenched event release dates are as follows:
Week 1: Tuesday, May 24 to Tuesday, May 31
Week 2: Tuesday, June 14 to Tuesday, June 21
Week 3: Tuesday, July 5 to Tuesday, July 12
Week 4: Tuesday, August 16 to Tuesday, August 23
As you can see the general structure is the same. Fracture: Entrenched runs through four weeks, all the way from May to August, for seven days each time. Considering that they’re all happening on Tuesdays, it’s likely that the release times will be at the usual reset time, which tends to happen at 11 a.m. PDT/2 p.m. EDT.
Halo Infinite Fracture: Entrenched Rewards – Free Battle Pass Details
Similar to the Fracture Tenrai event, you can expect an event pass with tons of rewards to pursue. This may include specific challenges or playing a playlist in particular, but from what we know, the rewards should be free as long as you meet the needed requirements.
You can find all the rewards for the Fracture: Entrenched event below:
(Thanks to @DeltaNewsx on Twitter for the leak.)
The full list of rewards is as follows:
Crabshell (one for each shoulder)
Last Line of Defense
Type-1 Defenders (one for each shoulder)
Ruthless War Club
Some of the rewards repeat themselves, so we’ll have to wait and see how they’re offered in-game. It’s early to say whether you’ll be able to keep on doing challenges and earning points for all rewards, or if they’ll be distributed exclusively over different weeks. But for the time being, there is a lot to look forward to.
On plain sight, I really dig the Kerberos look, which immediately made me think of the enemies in Killzone. The White Tiger and Nomad Sutler paints look great, too, and I think the Earwig is a nice touch for any loadout. All in all, Fractured Entrenched is just one of the events to look forward to in Halo Infinite Season 2 throughout 2022, so keep an eye out for what’s to come, and continue practicing your skills until then.