Managers of the community at 343 Industries have revealed a few additional fixes for Halo Infinite multiplayer and are introducing them to allow the free game to seem less expensive. Users who are the most curious can make donations through combat passes.
The first thing to remember is you know that Halo Infinite has an online store in addition to combat passes, which comes with a rewarding line. Credits can be used there, and they can be purchased using real money—1 credit cost R699. The community thinks that the prices offered are excessively high. For instance, the legendary armor at the beginning of the event, the seller was 2500 credits.
Following public feedback and analysis of data, the Infinite creators took the decision to implement the following:
This week, weekly sets will begin to be offered at a lower cost beginning next week, and then add individual items (that is to say, the helmet, but without other gear). The team aims to reduce the cost of sets in general and improve the appeal of the designs.
The next time you battle, the credits will be included in the list of rewards. This means it is feasible to collect donation currency via games. Further details on how this system functions will be explained shortly, before the second episode, which will be in May 2022.
Another option – the infinite is temporarily removed to allow in the “Battle of the large squads” mode. The matchmaking feature within this section is experiencing interruptions due to reasons unknown. The issue has been in the news for a while; however, it hasn’t been fixed yet.
The second season will be the first to bring significant updates to Halo Infinite content, such as co-op within this story-driven campaign.