The Halo Infinite Battle Pass has been a huge disappointment to many players, but developer 343 Industries listened to fans and just made a big change. In the latest update to the multiplayer reward system introduced today, players will now gain experience by playing a certain number of matches each day while ensuring that with 6 matches per day, the Battle pass level will be completed even if no challenge is passed.
After the new Halo Infinite update, players will now get additional experience points for the first six games they will play every day, and the biggest reward will come after the first match. This is designed to ensure that players can start each of their gaming sessions with a huge reward, explained Halo Community Manager at 343 Industries John Junyszek on Twitter. Junyszek also provided a more detailed analysis of how many XP players they expect to earn per match:
First match = 300 XP
2nd match = 200 XP
3rd game = 200 XP
Fourth game = 100 XP
5th match = 100 XP
6th match = 100 XP
Game 7 and above = 50 EXP
Changes are welcome
According to Junyszek, these changes were made as a result of 343’s continuous monitoring of Battle Pass progress and feedback from the community itself. Junyszek also reminded the players that these are only temporary fixes and that the team plans to implement more substantial fixes in the future, but they are taking much longer to create them. This is the most drastic change 343 Industries has made to the advancement of the Halo Infinite Battle Pass so far, but it remains to be seen whether the community will be happy with the new progression rate or whether the frustration will continue.
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