If you’ve been playing Halo Infinite over the past week, then you’re going to want to check this incredible PC and Xbox gear out. Razer has recently launched its beautiful set of Halo Infinite gaming accessories in the UK, and I’m not kidding, it’s all spectacular.
From headsets to keyboards, mice, and even mousemats, you can now full-deck out your gaming set-up with these incredible Halo Infinite themed accessories from Razer. But, some of the new items are also retailer exclusive, so we’ve created a quick and handy guide to help alleviate the stress of locating everything.
Editor’s Note: This article is brought to you in association with Currys.
Where to Buy Halo Infinite Gaming Accessories
Not all of the Halo Infinite accessories are available to purchase from standard retailers in the UK, so it may be hard to track down what you’re after.
For example, you’ll need to order the Razer Kaira Pro Headset for Xbox, you’ll need to order from Razer directly. While the DeathAdder V2 Optical Gaming Mouse (Halo Infinite Edition) can be bought exclusively from Currys. All the links you need are just below here.
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Is Halo Infinite on Xbox Game Pass?
Halo Infinite’s campaign is finally available on Xbox consoles, PC, and on cloud gaming. If you’re an Xbox Game Pass member, you can jump in right away.
Halo Infinite Multiplayer is Free to Play on Xbox and PC
One of the biggests deals for Halo right now is the fact that its new multiplayer is completely free-to-play. This is huge, and opens the door to so many of us who grew up playing one of the most influential shooters, and even games, ever made. You and your friends can jump into the ultimate arena-shooter, right now, at no extra cost. So, suit up, Spartans.
Halo Credits for Halo Infinite’s Battle Pass and More
With Halo Infinite’s multiplayer moving to a free-to-play model, you can now experience an incredible arena shooter at no extra cost. But, if you do feel like investing into the game for customisation, there is a brand new Battle Pass available. It costs £7.99 in the UK, and is available via the purchase of Halo Credits. Halo Credits can be used on your account on PC and on consoles, and alongside the Battle Pass, can be used to purchase premium cosmetics for your spartan, weapons, vehicles, and more.
Robert Anderson is a deals expert and Commerce Editor for IGN. You can follow him @robertliam21 on Twitter.