While the core gameplay of the Halo Infinite multiplayer experience quickly captured the hearts of many Xbox and PC gamers, many fans were frustrated that Halo Infinite’s multiplayer progression is more tedious than it should be. ‘to be. The challenge-oriented game progression has been difficult to initiate so far, and as the daily “Play 1 Match” challenges only award 50 XP, it is very difficult to progress significantly in the Halo Infinite Battle Pass. once you’ve completed all of your weekly challenges.
In response to these issues, 343 Industries Community Manager John “Unyshek” Junyszek, announcement that developers increase player XP earnings every day in their first six games. Players will receive 300 XP for playing their first match, 200 XP for playing a second and third match, and 100 XP for playing a fourth, fifth, and sixth match. Any other match played that day will reward 50 XP. This change will make it easier for players to rank their Battle Pass, as they will get a full level every day by simply playing six matches (each Battle Pass level requires 1,000 XP).
Junyszek then said that 343 Industries knew that “many of you want even bigger changes and we are committed to doing it”, but noted that “these will take time.” Still, it’s great to see the developers making a big improvement like this, as this change will undoubtedly make a consistent time investment in Halo Infinite more rewarding.
Halo Infinite’s multiplayer is one of the best Xbox shooter games out there right now, and since it’s free, anyone can pick it up and try it out. It’s available on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, and Windows PCs through Steam and the Microsoft Store. The game can also be played through Xbox Cloud Gaming.
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