If you’re still at level 1 of the Halo infinite Battle Pass, fear not as 343 Industries is making some much-needed progress changes later this week. “To take into account the feedback on the Battle Pass progress, we’ll be making targeted adjustments to our model later this week.” says gloriole Community manager John Junyszek.
The existing Halo infinite Battle Pass makes leveling up harder as you are limited to completing daily or weekly challenges instead of earning XP for every game you play. That won’t change yet, but 343 Industries is adding Play 1 Game challenges “to make sure you get through the Battle Pass consistently by playing matches the way you want,” Junyszek said.
To accommodate feedback on Battle Pass progress, we’ll be making targeted adjustments to our model later this week.
To start with, we’re adding Game 1 Game challenges to make sure you get through the Battle Pass consistently by playing games the way you want.
– John Junyszek (@Unyshek) November 18, 2021
343 Industries will also be removing some weekly challenges and fixing bugs with others, but these changes come at a low cost. “If we do this update, we will need to reset your challenges, including your progress towards weekly challenges,” explains Junyszek. “To make up for this reset, we’re giving everyone who logs in from November 23rd to 30th this week’s ultimate reward, the Mark VII Seal Visor.”
The duration of XP boosts is now doubled and lasts an hour instead of 30 minutes, which is useful for longer Big Team Battles games. We may even see more changes to the XP and progression systems in Halo infinite also in the future. “We will monitor these changes closely to ensure that they have the positive effects that we all want on your further development,” says Junyszek. “This is just our first step – we are determined to keep developing these systems, but it will take time.”
Criticism around the Halo infinite The progress of the Battle Pass is tracked across the community of. louder and louder gloriole Fans this week after the surprising early release of Halo infinite Multiplayer on Monday. While the summer multiplayer previews felt like an exciting return to form, we had concerns about the Battle Pass progress and XP systems. 343 Industries still continued using the same systems despite concerns from many during the tech previews.
However, it is encouraging to see rapid changes. This opening Halo infinite The season lasts until May, twice as much as originally promised. That extra time could be the reason 343 Industries kept slow Battle Pass progress in the first place, but we’ll need to look at the changes later this week to see if they make a big difference.