If someone ever invents a time machine, I’m gonna go back in time and smack the guy who invented premium currencies in games. I wish that games would stop doing stuff like this, but I guess as long as there’s cool stuff in them that people want, and there always is, there has to be some kind of way to enforce scarcity, especially when a game is free-to-play like Halo Infinite. C’est la vie. Putting aside that less-than-cheery thought, the Halo Infinite multiplayer is out and there’s cool stuff to get. Here’s how to get Credits in Halo Infinite.
Much like pretty much every multiplayer game under the sun, Halo Infinite has an in-game store full of items like player and vehicle cosmetics, XP boosts, Challenge Swaps, and of course, the premium battle pass that expedites unlocking all of that other stuff. If you want some of this stuff, that’s great! All you gotta do is pony up the Credits for them. How do you get Credits? Cold hard cash, that’s how. Hope you’ve got your credit card handy.
How to get Credits in Halo Infinite
Credits are Halo Infinite’s own premium in-game currency. The only way to get Credits in Halo Infinite is to spend real money to purchase them from the in-game store. Credits are sold in five different packs, with the back three granting additional bonus credits. The number of Credits you can buy and for how much are as follows:
- 500 Credits: $4.99
- 1,000 Credits: $9.99
- 2,000 Credits plus 200 bonus Credits: $19.99
- 5,000 Credits plus 600 bonus Credits: $49.00
- 10,000 Credits plus 1,500 bonus Credits: $99.99
Incidentally, the Battle Pass costs 1,000 Credits, and once you buy a Battle Pass, it never expires, so if you want to get lots of cosmetics, the Battle Pass is probably a more economical choice than buying them piecemeal.