Halo Infinite Interference Event: All Challenges & Rewards

Halo Infinite Season 2 is now out, and has introduced its first event: Interference. What is it, what are the challenges, and what are the rewards?

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Let's dive into the brand new Interference Event. | © 343 Industries

Halo Infinite Season 2 is finally here and has brought a lot with it. From the new maps to the new Battle Pass, there's plenty to dive into and plenty to check out. One of the most exciting pieces of new content is Interference, Season 2's first major event. We're here to take a look at it and break it all down for you.

After all, we enjoyed Tenrai each time it rolled around last Season. Is Interference anything like Fractures: Tenrai, or is it more of a Tactical Ops vibe that they're going for? For now, it seems to be the latter option, as there's something else planned for next week. That doesn't mean we shouldn't dive into Interference, though, so let's do just that.

There's so much going on in Halo Infinite Season 2, check it out:

What is Halo Infinite Interference?

Halo Infinite's Interference Event is a two-week event set to kick-off Season 2 with a bang. This event features ten different challenges, each of which give us access to a selection of different rewards. These rewards look pretty darn cool, if we're honest with you. There are some great cosmetic pieces, and all of them are accessible without purchasing the Battle Pass. Cool, right? Let's dive into the challenges themselves...

What are the Halo Infinite Interference Challenges?

Following are the ten different Halo Infinite Interference Event Challenges. We have also included the XP count for each of these challenges. You will see our complete list of weekly challenges in our designated article, so check that out. We will follow these up with the rewards.

Interference ChallengeNumber of TimesExperience Points
Earn cumulative player score in Last Spartan Standing matches.2500200 XP
Kill an enemy Spartan from behind with a melee attack in Last Spartan Standing.1300 XP
Earn cumulative player score in Last Spartan Standing matches.5000350 XP
Complete Last Spartan Standing matches.2300 XP
Kill enemy Spartans in Last Spartan Standing.10300 XP
Earn cumulative player score in Last Spartan Standing matches.10,000400 XP
Kill enemy Spartans with a headshot in Last Spartan Standing.5300 XP
Kill enemy Spartans with a melee attack in Last Spartan Standing.10350 XP
Kill enemy Spartans with a headshot in Last Spartan Standing.10350 XP
Kill enemy Spartans with a headshot in Last Spartan Standing.25400 XP

What are the Halo Infinite Interference Rewards?

There are ten items included in the Halo Infinite Interference Event Pass, including a variety of armor cores, armor pieces, and other stuff. Here's everything that's included in the Halo Infinite Interference Event Pass:

Item NameLevelItem Type
Iratus1Rare Backdrop
Castor's Keeper2Epic AI Color
Safety Off3Rare Stance
Onyx Timberwolf4Epic Weapon Coating (MK50 Sidekick)
Shikari5Epic Helmet (Rakshasa)
AAP/KARD Plate6Rare Chest (Rakshasa)
UA/TYPE PTL7Rare Knee Pads (Rakshasa)
Onyx Timberwolf8Epic Weapon Coating (S7 Sniper)
Wulfenite Eyes9Rare Visor (Rakshasa)

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The Patternwolf is absolutely fantastic. I mean, look at this baby! | © 343 Industries

When is the Halo Infinite Interference Event?

The Interference Event has already started, and will run from now until May 16, 2022. This gives you a nice solid fortnight to get all of this stuff done. That's two weeks to beat the ten challenges, two weeks to collect the rewards, and two weeks to make it clear that you are an incredibly badass Halo player. Excited? We are too!

So there you have it! Halo Infinite's Interference Event is pretty darn cool, and now you have everything that you need to be able to absolutely dominate, grab yourself all that it offers, and enjoy the absolute hell out of Halo Infinite Season 2. Let's see if 343 Industries manage to keep this momentum going, because if they do, they could see Halo Infinite return to the glory days of the franchise. Fingers crossed...