Halo Infinite is in the wilderness and gives players a lot of multiplayer features to dive into. Among the options for what to play, there are Casual and Competitive modes. For players who want to know how they play against the best of the best, the Ranked Arena is where you can earn one of the game’s rankings and measure yourself against other competing players. In this guide, I will show you each of the Halo Infinite ratings and explain how the system works.
Ranked Halo Infinite Arena – Ranks & Levels
The ranked arena in Halo Infinite was divided into six levels, with six ranks in each layer. The exception is Onyx, the top layer in Halo Infinite. This is a rating in itself and is reserved for the best competitive Halo Infinite players. These are the ranks and levels in the ranked arena playlist:
|rated Halo Infinite circuit|
|Rank #||Rank name|
|21||The third platinum|
|30||The sixth diamond|
At the moment, we don’t have any reliable data on the Halo Infinite ratings and what it takes to go from one to the other, but it’s easy to see that we’re working on it. At the moment, it appears to be a combination of personal performance and a win/loss ratio.
The nice thing about the Halo Infinite ranking system is that you are exactly where you need to be. If you find yourself at a higher level and struggling, or at a lower level and dominating, you will move accordingly, and you will eventually land in a place that reflects your skill level. The whole point of the system is for you to be unhappy with your rank and to work on improving so that you can rise. It’s a system that encourages you to dig into the tiniest details of your game and find ways to improve it. It can be very infuriating if you think you are better than what your rank suggests.
How do you get a rank
To earn a Rank in Halo Infinite, you must first play 10 Ranking Matches in the Ranking Arena. Consider these matches as an evaluation to see what order you should start in. Once you complete the 10 matches, you’ll unlock an investigation called All About the Grind, which means you’ve successfully unlocked an official ranking in the ranked Halo Infinite Arena.
It should be noted that Halo Infinite features two separate lists of rating queues that you can use to find a match. These include Open and Solo/Duo. You will be given a separate rating for each waiting list and you will need to complete 10 ranking matches to get a rating on each list. The open classified queue features crossovers and allows for fire teams of up to four people. A sorted Solo/Duo queue can only be entered solo, or as a team of two, and you must select whether your entry is keyboard/mouse or console. This allows the game to match you with players who use the same type of input device.
How to improve your Halo Infinite rating
The way to rank up while playing in the Ranked Arena is to perform well. You must be matched with players of the same rank. This would make matches very competitive, with those who do well seeing their rank increase, and those who do poorly going down a bit. If you collect several good matches in a row, you should be on the move. However, if you go on a chip, you may find yourself at a lower level.
What does good performance mean? This should be obvious, but it does mean that you need to kill, help, and complete in-game objectives if any. Reduce your fatalities and be a productive member of your team, help them win.
With 31 ranks in Halo Infinite’s ranked arena playlist, there is plenty of motivation for players to perform better and raise the levels. We will be sure to keep you updated if information emerges regarding points or win/loss required to move up the brackets to higher levels. Scroll over to our Halo Infinite page for more guides and the latest news.