This page details everything you need to know about the M15 Razorback UNSC vehicle in Halo Infinite. Includes basic stats overview, how to use the vehicle, its strengths and weaknesses, and where to find it on different maps.
How to Use the M15 Razorback
Basic Stats Overview
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Strengths of the M15 Razorback
The M15 Razorback is most effective in game modes which require a high level of teamplay to win. While this is necessary for most matches, the Razorback offers specific advantages for Capture the Flag and Stockpile games. This is because any player with a flag in their hand can jump in and be transported back to base, but you can also store up to 2 power seeds on the back of the Razorback. This can allow you to quickly steal power seeds from the enemy base or another hostile area, then bolt it away out of firing range. Aside from this, you can also store up to 2 weapons on the back of the Razorback, which can be useful to bring powerful weapons away from enemy lines, but is arguably less useful than the ability to store power seeds. Outside of specific game modes the M15 Razorback is generally a good option if you want to quickly get from one place to another, and it can also be used to hide behind for cover in a pinch.
Weaknesses of the M15 Razorback
The main weakness of the M15 Razorback is its lack of fire power. It has no mounted machine gun or rocket / missile capabilities, so you’ll need to rely on the ability of you and your team to quickly exit the vehicle to defend it when necessary. However, as a transport vehicle primarily, there are few weaknesses to speak of other than the lack of additional seats and additional storage, something which always feels lacking especially during Stockpile games when there are more power seeds to collect than the Razorback can hold.
Where to Find the M15 Razorback
You’ll find the M15 Razorback exclusively through Pelican drops on the Big Team Battle maps such as Deadlock, Fragmentation, and Highpower.