The present work discusses about the mechanical and metallurgical properties of Incoloy 800 H friction welded joints. The process parameters namely friction pressure, friction time, upsetting pressure, upset time, and rotational speeds were varied from low level to high level to study their effects on the properties of the weldments. The tensile tests were carried out at four different temperatures namely at room temperature, 550, 650, and 750 °C. From the results, it is observed that as the testing temperature increased, there was a reduction in tensile strength of welds. The friction welds had higher hardness than the base metals. This was due to the formation of secondary phases (γ′ and M23C6) in friction welds. The tensile and impact fracture surfaces were further analyzed through SEM and finally the individual effects of the parameters with respect to the microstructures variation in the welds were studied.