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Halo Infinite

Fragmentation

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Shane Williams

This page is a guide for everything you need to know about the Map, Fragmentation. Here you’ll find out all the Weapon, Equipment and Vehicle Spawn locations as well as tips and tricks on how to outplay your opponent on the different game modes.

Overlook of Fragmentation.

Weapon Spawns

Fragmentation is one of the larger maps in Halo Infinite and is only used for Big Team Battle. This map features several different weapon spawn locations for Pistols, Tactical Rifles, SMGs, Shotguns, Rocket Launchers, Pulse Carbines, Energy Rifles and Power Weapons. These Spawns will remain in the same place but the weapon will be different each game. Below you’ll find where they spawn:

Pistol Locations

The Spawn Point for the Pistols is located in the following places around both bases:

Name Weapons
Canyon Base Plasma Pistol, Disruptor or Mangler
Canyon Base Plasma Pistol, Disruptor or Mangler
Rock Archway Plasma Pistol, Disruptor or Mangler

Tactical Rifle Location

The Spawn Point for the Tactical Rifle is located in the following places around both bases:

Sub Machine Location

The Spawn Point for the SMG is located on the rock at the Rock Power Node Area. Here you can find the Needler or Sentinel Beam.

Shotgun Location

The Spawn Point for the Shotgun is located in the following places around both bases:

Name Weapons
Wreckage Heatwave or Bulldog
Canyon or Cliff Base Heatwave or Bulldog
Rock Archway Road Heatwave or Bulldog

Rocket Launcher Location

The Spawn Point for the Rocket Launcher is located in the following places around both bases:

Name Weapons
Rock Power Node Ravager or Hydra
Center Rock Road Ravager or SPANKR
Cliff and Canyon Base Basement Hydra or SPANKR

(1 of 4) The Hidden Vault can be found at east and west sides of the map.

Pulse Carbine Location

The Spawn Point for the Pulse Carbine is located in the following places around both bases:

Name Weapons
Top of Canyon or Cliff Base Pulse Carbine
Left Ramp of Canyon or Cliff Base Pulse Carbine
Rock Junction Pulse Carbine

Energy Rifle Location

The Spawn Point for the Energy Rifle is located in the following places around both bases:

Name Weapons
Top Left of Canyon or Cliff Base Stalker Rifle or Shock Rifle

Power Weapon Location

The Spawn Point for the Power Weapons is located in the following places around both bases:

Name Location
Rock Archway and Hex Archway Skewer or S7 Sniper Rifle

Equipment Spawn Locations

You can find six types of equipment on Fragmentation, such as the Grappleshot, Repulsor, Drop Wall, Threat Sensor and Active Camo or the Overshield. These can be found in the following locations:

Equipment Location
Grappleshot Broken Ring
Threat Sensor Rock Narrow Passage
Repulsor Front Canyon East or Rock Switchback
Drop Wall Canyon Base or Rock Vault Hike
Overshield or Active Camo Center Passage

Vehicle Spawn Locations

Vehicles are available from the beginning of the match and will respawn after two minutes of inactivity or they were destroyed. On the Fragmentation Map you can find a Mongoose, Razorback, Warthog and Gungoose in following locations:

Vehicle Location
Mongoose Canyon Wall or Rock Junction
Warthog Canyon Roadway or Rock Archway Road

Pelican Drops

Throughout a match on Fragmentation you’ll find a Pelican Drop will come a drop off a Brute Chopper, Wasp, Banshee and Ghost.

Hidden Vault Location

Fragmentation has two Hidden Vaults named Hex Vault and Rock Vault. These can be found on the East and West of the center part of the map. In order to gain access you’ll need to interact with the panel and wait for 15-30 seconds until it opens. However, once you leave it’ll shut again and you’ll have to wait for a cooldown before you can hack it again. Inside these vaults you’ll find the following weapon and equipment. M41 SPNKR, Cindershot, Gravity Hammer, Energy Sword, Overshield and finally Active Camo’s.

Game Modes

Fragmentation is used for Slayer, Capture the Flag, Total Control, Stockpile. Slayer is basically Team Deathmatch from Call of Duty and requires one team to reach 50 points before the 12 minute timer runs out. Capture the Flag requires a team to steal the opponent’s flag from the opposition’s base and return it. Total Control is basically Strongholds from Quickplay, but instead you’ll need to hold all three points to three points to win a round. Finally, Stockpiles requires each team to collect and deliver five seeds to their base to win a round.

Slayer

Slayer is a good game mode, but can be really difficult if you’re aren’t playing in a group. If you’re planning to play more aggressively, then you’ll want to navigate the map with your teammates so you can all focus fire on enemies to take them out faster or trade kills. However, if you are a more defensive type player, then sitting back at base and taking out the opponents with a tactical weapon whilst they’re distracted is the way to go.

Capture The Flag

Capture the Flag is a very fun game mode but you need a lot of teamwork to get and return the flag. Like in with quick play you’ll want to make sure a good amount of your team stays back to defend the flag whilst the others head out to try and get the opposition’s flag. A Sneaky strategy to stealing the flag is to take a Warthog with your team mate and drive straight to the flag, then one tags the flag whilst the other drives you back to your base.

Total Control

Total Control is probably one of the more difficult big team battle modes, as it heavily depends on if your team is focusing on the objective instead of kills. In order to win a round you’ll need to hold A, B and, C. The easiest way to do this is to have some of your team stay back at A to defend whilst the others head out to B and then keep some back at B whilst the remaining members of the team capture C. However, like Strongholds in Arena, whoever gets the momentum on holding the flags will have the advantage.

Stockpile

In order to win Stockpile you’ll need to collect five Seeds which spawn randomly around the map and bring them back to your base. A neat little trick to winning this mode is by picking up on seed and throwing it towards your base and throwing another. If you keep repeating this then you should be able to bring seeds back to the base at once if you have your team defending you.

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  • Publisher
    Xbox Game Studios
  • Platforms
    PC, XB One, XB X|S
  • Genre
    FPS
  • Guide Release
    17 November 2021
  • Last Updated
    19 January 2022
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