How to get Halo Master Chief cosmetics in Sea of Thieves

Sail through the infinite depths with Infinite cosmetics.

Rare has announced that some new cosmetics are now available in Sea of Thieves, and these cosmetics are looking to be infinitely cool. In Sea of Thieves' Infinite Depths update, a bunch of new items are coming to Sea of Thieves' character customization location, the Pirate Emporium. Some of these items look downright amazing, while one in particular is silly and hilarious. Below, you can find out exactly what items are coming to the game, as well as how to obtain them.

All Infinite Depths Halo cosmetics in Sea of Thieves

Infinite Depths costume

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According to the Sea of Thieves website new full costume is being added to the Pirate Emporium, and the theme will have players looking like everyone's favorite Spartan, Master Chief. Featuring the dark green hue of the Chief's kit, armor on the arms and shoulders to add a look of toughness, and the iconic gold visor to add an air of mystery and awesomeness, this set perfectly blends Spartan and pirate into one.

Furthermore, this costume grants access to an exclusive emote called Constant Companion. As the name suggests, the emote summons forth Chief's companion AI Cortana as a music box. While certainly lacking the personality Cortana brought to Chief's missions, it is a nice little emote that compliments the theme of the set.

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Infinite Depths weapon skins, weapon poses, and emote

Along with a new costume, this update will also add four new weapon skins and poses for each weapon. Each of the new weapon skins are as follow:

  • The Eye of Reach Sniper Rifle is getting a Needle Rifle skin.
  • The Flintlock Pistol is getting a Plasma Pistol skin.
  • The Cutlass is getting an Energy Sword skin.
  • The Blunderbuss is getting a Spiker skin.

The new skins look absolutely fantastic and, like the costume, are a great crossover between both Halo and Sea of Thieves themes. In particular, the Spiker Blunderbuss definitely looks like a Spiker but could easily be added into another outfit due to its more reserved looks.

Along with these new skins, each of the weapons will be getting a unique pose to go with them:

  • The Eye of Reach pose will show the character on one knee aiming into the distance.
  • The Pistol pose is the best one, as it shows the character on one knee dual wielding the Pistol and a banana.
  • The Cutlass pose brandishes the sword at shoulder height pointed ahead with the off hand raised in a defensive position in front of the character.
  • The Blunderbuss pose is the least exciting, as it simply shows the Blunderbuss laying on the character's shoulder.

Additionally, a new free emote, called Armour Mock, is being added to the game. As the name suggests, this emote will be the same as the Armor Lock animation first seen in Halo Reach, which caused the character to slam their fist into the ground while gaining a hefty overshield. Though no shield animation is included with Armour Mock, it is still a fun emote that could be worth picking up.

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Infinite Depths ship cosmetics

Along with all of the character cosmetics, a new black and red ship livery was added, as well as a new figurehead and sails. All of these cosmetics are based off of the symbols and coloration of the Banished faction from Halo Wars 2 and Halo Infinite. This faction, led by the Brute Atriox, is all about power and plunder, fitting well into the pirate themes of Sea of Thieves.

The livery and complimentary sails and figurehead all look fantastic. The livery adds red crystals to cannons, anchors, and the ship's wheel. It also makes the cannons emit clouds of blue energy when fired. The sails are black with the red insignia of the Banished, and the figurehead is a menacing carved face with deep red eyes.

How to unlock Infinite Depths cosmetics in Sea of Thieves

Unfortunately, the only way to unlock any of these cosmetics is through the use of Ancient Coins in the Pirate Emporium. Now, there are ways to get Ancient Coins through gameplay, as killing Ancient Skeletons will get you quite a few of them. Furthermore, Seasonal Rewards can also net you Ancient Coins. However, the quickest way to get Ancient Coins is to spend real money, be it through the Microsoft Store, the Steam Shop, or through the Pirate Emporium itself.

For those looking to purchase any of these cosmetics, the prices are as follows:

  • The full Master Chief costume and emote come together and cost a total of 999 Ancient Coins.
  • Each weapon skin costs 249 Ancient Coins each, or you can purchase them all in a bundle for 499 Ancient Coins.
  • The weapon poses are all sold together and cost 249 Ancient Coins.
  • The full ship livery bundle costs a whopping 2,499 Ancient Coins, but each piece can be bought separately:
    • Figurehead - 599 Ancient Coins
    • Sails - 599 Ancient Coins
    • Flag - 349 Ancient Coins
    • Capstan - 349 Ancient Coins
    • Cannons - 349 Ancient Coins
    • Cannon Flare - 349 Ancient Coins
    • Wheel - 349 Ancient Coins
    • Hull - 349 Ancient Coins

Want more information on Sea of Thieves? Check out How to change your character in Sea of Thieves and What are Red Tornadoes in Sea of Thieves? from Pro Game Guides!

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