Minecraft Halo DLC has been updated to include Halo Infinite skins

Minecraft Halo Infinite DLC

On Wednesday last week, Microsoft and 343 Studios released the highly anticipated campaign mode for Halo Infinite. To celebrate its launch, the Minecraft Halo DLC has been updated to include skins from Halo Infinite, such as  Echo-216, War Chief Escharum, and more. Eight new skins are available as part of this update, in addition to a variety of new Halo Infinite accessories and emotes. If you already own the Minecraft Halo DLC, the Infinite content will be available for free, so you can start experimenting with the content right now.

Here is some more information about this update:

Celebrate in style with a variety of new skins! These include Commander Laurette Agryna, War Chief Escharum, Blademaster Jega ‘Rdomnai, the pilot of Pelican Echo-216, a YOROI-clad Spartan, and not one but three Master Chiefs! The character is so iconic it was impossible to pick just one iteration, so choose from three variants highlighting his many adventures.

There are even more fashionable finds in the dressing room, such as hats, helmets, flags, and the aforementioned free Superintendent Shirt! Your look is almost complete, all that’s left is to add some emotes. What, are you just going to stand there in a Flaming Recon Helmet and stare into space? No! You’re going to work that galactic runway with the Master Chief, Swinging Energy Sword, and Hard Landing emotes.

The Minecraft Halo DLC can be purchased from the in-game Minecraft Marketplace for 990 coins on all platforms. Meanwhile, if you’re interested in playing Halo Infinite, the game is now available to play on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC. Have you played Halo Infinite, and if so, will you be running around as Master Chief in Minecraft?


Jaimie Ditchfield
Freelance Writer. Work seen on GGRecon, Zelda Universe, and BackToTheGaming. Studied Games Journalism and PR for three years, and is relentless at spreading his love for The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask.