Halo Infinite’s multiplayer has pulled off a surprise launch, Beyonce style, ahead of the campaign’s December release date and announced a slew of other entertainment-related surprises. If you’re here, you’ve already started up the game, have moved in, and are starting to make yourself comfortable in what will be the premiere Halo experience of this gen. However, you might be wondering how you change your nameplate AKA your player card in Halo Infinite to something a bit more catchy. Here’s what you need to know. In this guide, we’ll go over whether or not Halo Infinite is free-to-play on Xbox and PC.
How to Change Nameplate (Player Card) in Halo Infinite
So what a lot of fans don’t love about the nameplate in Halo Infinite is that it just adds an ugly 1 by your name. If you want to lose that, go into the Customize menu, select Spartan ID and from there, you can tweak all of the options available to you regarding your player card. The Service Tag will allow you to change the random letters and numbers beneath your name, the Nameplate changes your player card, Palette changes the color, Backdrop changes the visual behind your name, while Stance changes your profile pose.
So go crazy tweaking your card as much as you like while in this menu, making it as cool and customized as you want. Although, if you ask me, I think the true intimidation factor is just leaving everything at default. You know someone is serious and try hard if they don’t have time for any cosmetics.
That’s all you need to know for how to change your nameplate and player card in Halo Infinite. Hopefully, this cleared everything up. For more on Halo Infinite, check out our guide wiki, which is filled with lots of FAQs answers, and tips and tricks, too. And as always, if anything is missing or you’re confused about something, let us know in the comments below.
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