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Halo Infinite Season 2 Leak Reveals New Helmets for Mark VII Armor Cores 

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Halo Infinite Season 2 will be out soon, and leaks have shown a variety of the helmets that will be available in the game.

A Twitter user, DeltaArchive recently posted two photos of what look to be the new Halo Infinite helmets. The helmets, EOD and Air Assault are different from each other. Some of Infinite’s bulkier armor appears to match the EOD helmet, while the Air Assault helmet appears to match Halo Reach’s gear. Halo Infinite Season 2’s inventory will include far more than just these two helmets.

The two helmets should be making an appearance in the next Halo Infinite season “Lone Wolves.” Both helmets are for the Mark VII armor. Players can easily unlock them by progressing up any multiplayer game style in Halo Infinite. These helmets will be added to the existing helmets for the Mark VII armor, and will most likely be accompanied by a family of additional items.

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From a plethora of unique armor sets to unparalleled maps and modes, Halo Infinite’s new content appears to be ambitious. Hopefully, new enhancements to the game will help to boost Halo Infinite’s Steam player count, which has been steadily declining. Players and die-hard fans have been disappointed with the lack of fresh material and updates to the game’s essential features. However, 343 Industries appears to have done its best to address the fans’ complaints.

While the future of Halo Infinite is unknown, the impending update appears to be risky. Indeed, the two helmets are only a small fraction of the intriguing stuff that the developers will introduce to Halo. They are quite simple in comparison to 343’s promised fixes and new unlockable items. Hopefully, the extra Halo Infinite multiplayer maps and game modes will raise the game to a more approachable platform, making it everything that people had longed for when it first came out.

Halo Infinite is now available on PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

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Evans I. Karanja is a freelance writer who loves to write about anything technology. He is always on the lookout for interesting topics, and enjoys writing about video games, cryptocurrency and blockchain and more. When not writing, he can be found playing video games or watching F1.