Halo Infinite multiplayer is finally available on Xbox Series X, Series S, Xbox One and PC. Competitive players can choose to participate in Ranked Matches, where their overall performance will designate one of six rankings. These include the following ranks: Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, Diamond, and Onyx. Here is a quick and easy summary of the Halo Infinite rating system as a list of all levels and explanations.
Halo Infinite Multiplayer Ranking System Explained
Here are all of Halo Infinite’s multiplayer rankings in ascending order:
Halo Infinite’s Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, and Diamond ranks all have six ascending ranks in them. After climbing all the way to the top (which won’t be easy) the user achieves the Onyx rank – this is the highest rank and there are no numbered sub-ranks within it. Reaching the maximum level in the Halo Infinite (Onyx) rating system is perhaps the game’s highest badge of honor.
Players can only increase their rank by completing 10 Ranked Battles, then continuously winning Ranked Battles in the game. The unranked mode won’t affect player rankings, so it’s a great place to practice and/or warm up before taking on competitive types of online matches.
Possible loss of rank in the Halo Infinite rating system due to poor performance. Climbing the ranks requires consistently excellent play, which makes reaching the top a challenge. Once there, it will even be a battle to stay on top – there’s no such thing as a respite!
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