Halo Infinite: Does Halo Infinite have Cross-Progression

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It's been a long time coming, but Halo is back and 343 Industries has knocked it out of the park with a multiplayer experience that feels like a classic - yet it also offers the franchise a much-needed breath of fresh air and new life after Halo 5: Guardians' lacklustre performance. If you're wondering if Halo Infinite has Cross-Progression, though, we've got everything you need to know.

CROSS-PROGRESSION - Does Halo Infinite has it?

With Halo Infinite being available on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC... You might be wondering whether it has Cross-Progression and crossplay features. You might want to jump from console to PC or upgrade from Xbox One to Xbox Series X - so, losing your progression would be quite a big deal given the fact that Halo Infinite is going to make the most of a Battle Pass system going forwards.

You'll be pleased to know that it does look like Halo Infinite does have Cross-Progression and crossplay features. Although, this is sort of what you expect from a Triple-A title in 2021, right?

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Halo Infinite Cross Progression
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COSMETICS - You won't lose any of these if you change platforms

As Halo Infinite is going to always be played through an Xbox Live account, all of your Halo Infinite Multiplayer progress is going to be linked with your Xbox Live account. We don't know if Halo Infinite's Campaign progress is going to carry over, just yet, but this isn't out for another few weeks.

For now, though, all your stats and unlocks - including your progression through the current Battle Pass - will be carried over if you swap platforms. You don't need to worry about losing anything. You'll also be pleased to know that you can play Halo Infinite with anyone else who owns it through crossplay. This does raise some concerns about the competitive scene - as console-based players and PC-based players are often operating at different skill levels and each has its advantages - but this isn't going to affect casual players or lobbies at all.