Halo Infinite Developers Still Working On Progression System
343 Industries’ head of design Jerry Hook recently tweeted details about how the 343 developers behind Halo Infinite are going to modify the game. Halo Infinite’s multiplayer mode is under fire for its progression system that requires players to grind a lot to earn in-game currency.
The Battle Pass of Halo Infinite has seen some improvements from the developers. Players can now claim experience for completing matchmade game challenges, and XP boosts that last longer.
The 343 teams took some time off last week to celebrate American Thanksgiving. Brian Jarrard is 343’s, community director. He tweeted, “Changes are going to take time. After a long stretch, our priority this week is giving the team a well-deserved break for a holiday. Thank you for understanding.”
It has been slow to respond. But, please know that constructive feedback is being received loudly and clearly. We know that changes will take time. Our priority this week is to give the team a well-deserved holiday. Thank you for understanding.
Along with slowing player progress, the multiplayer beta for Halo Infinite also reported problems with an influx of cheaters and a problem with its current event Fractured. Tenrai, which restricts players to a limited number of exclusive in-game events each day. It remains to be seen how Hook, Jarrard, and the rest of the 343 teams will prioritize each of these aspects of the beta.