The Sentinel’s Blades is the new addition of the Epic Cosmetic Katana Set that is now available in Halo Infinite. This set looks ravishing and it perfectly matches with the Samurai-Themed Legendary Yoroi Armor that we have witnessed previously in Halo Infinite. The Sentinel’s Blades bundle was added to the in-game shop in Halo Infinite. However, to access it you have to purchase it for 1500 credits in the Halo Infinite shop.
If you are wondering about how to get Sentinel’s Blades in Halo Infinite then you have come to the right place. In this article, we have compiled a detailed guide to help you with that. So, without further ado, let’s get started.
How to get Sentinel’s Blades in Halo Infinite?
In order to get the Sentinel’s Blades in Halo Infinite, it is important for you to get your hands on the Yoroi Armor core during the Fractures: Tenrai Event. Only then you will be able to equip Sentinel’s Blades, otherwise, without the core, it won’t be possible to equip the latest Cosmetic item.
Once you have obtained the Toroi Armor core, then the Sentinel’s Blades may be worn. Please keep in mind that Halo Infinite players will not be allowed to equip the Blades unless they have obtained the core. That is why it is highly recommended for you to purchase the core first after you have finished the Fractures: Tenrai Event successfully.
Things You Will Obtain Through the Bundle:
Below is a list of the things that are available to purchase as a part of the Sentinel’s Blades bundle. Halo Infinite players can choose from:
- The Epic Armor Emblem
- Epic Nameplate
- Legendary Utility Yoroi: First Principle Blade (A well-known utility blade from the ancient world, comes in third place)
Should I get the Sentinel’s Blades Package in Halo Infinite?
Here’s the catch: the in-game items provided in this package are simply aesthetic in nature. This means that they do not provide players with any tactical or strategic benefit in combat.
Moreover, players are quite disappointed with the pricing of the Epic Sentinel’s Blades bundle which was just released on the Halo Infinite market, and after its release, everyone has gotten a mixed perception.
The pricing issue was raised by a number of players. In Halo Infinite, you have to pay 1500 credits to access the cosmetic items of Epic Sentinel’s Blade. I know, 1500 credits is an absurd amount of money and I don’t think that you should spend this amount of money on a cosmetic package of Epic Rarity in the first place. Given that the items don’t offer any advantage in combat.