News About the Halo: Infinite Battle Pass Progression System has Left Fans Worrying

Published 09/06/2021, 10:47 AM EDT


Battle Pass in online games has certainly become an integral part of the gaming credit system. So far, Halo accredited rewards and XPs in the game using Per-Match XPs gained. This added up to the Battle-Pass progression. Simple stuff, players win XPs upon winning matches.

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However, things are going to take a drastic turn with the new Halo Infinite. The old loved battle-pass progression will be changed with a new reward system, which has surely made fans very worried.

343 Industries clarified via a tweet that Halo Infinite’s Battle Pass progression will be based on the in-game challenges and not per-match XP at launch. This will be further updated on 343’s blogsite as well.

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Will players have to change their playstyle for Halo Infinite?

Indeed, players will now have to adopt a completely different method to fit this new reward system. This would mean using guns they don’t like, using vehicles you hate, and several acts that do not suit their gameplay. Getting an X number of kills with a least favorite gun could be a task that no one would enjoy doing.

While determination will definitely make fans adapt to this new change, it will still be more of a chore. Fans will keep pushing their level to gain rewards and XPs.

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Possible benefits

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Battle Passes have always been about collecting a certain amount of XPs and completing challenges to gain access to exciting rewards. After all, no one would like to spend real money on something they can actually work on.

A sigh of relief, in this case, could be Halo Infinite’s approach to permanent battle passes. This was vitally praised by critics, as players can always go back and put their progression from previous seasons into use.

The challenge system will control the way players progress through the game as a new season is released. This does help relieve the FOMO (fear of losing out) within so many players in the community!

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While this new change is gaining mixed reactions from gamers and veteran Halo fans, this definitely will go down as a very significant change for Halo multiplayer games.

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