Halo Infinite Seasonal Battle Passes creates controversy in Season 2

Hello infiniteThe combat pass system is relatively unique compared to competitors, but this has also led to a major problem. Hello infinite launched as a premium title last year, but offered its multiplayer for free. It’s an amazing job, but one that ultimately had its price. Because it is free, 343 Industries had to cash it in other ways through combat passes and microtransactions. They are mostly harmless, but some of the systems around them are problematic. For example, raising the level in the game is mostly focused on daily and weekly challenges. It doesn’t matter how well you perform in the match, it’s just important to do random challenges, which can be really disgusting.

Things are only getting worse, albeit perhaps unintentionally. Coming from Hello infinite season 2, some have noticed a strange change. Since the jump, 343 has promised the possibility of being able to equalize combat passes even after that season is over. So, the owners of the combat pass for the first season can still fulfill it if they want. However, an obstacle was presented. Fighting pass holders have been given an extra slot for a challenge to help them fix things faster, but it has disappeared for first season owners and they are now being told they need to buy a fighting pass for a second season to get this slot back. This has caused some frustration for the players given the blunt leveling system, but it is not clear if this is intentional. There could be a problem with ensuring that the fourth challenge stays open as the transition to the new season or something like that, or it could be a way to make sure players buy the next battlefield. Either way, it causes a lot of headaches among the fans.

Hello infinite it has already received a lot of criticism from fans, despite being a great game at its core. The game’s co-op campaign is finally starting this summer after many delays, and Forge is expected to arrive even later. These are usually features of the first day, so fans are already shaking their heads at the introduction of some content.

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[H/T Forbes]

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