This ain’t it, Chief.
One of the most addictive loops for multiplayer games is the promise of constant rewards for in-game kills and winning matches – it’s what keeps people coming back for more. But what if that dangling carrot was taken away and instead replaced with in-game challenges that needed to be completed to progress? That’s exactly what Halo Infinite is doing at launch and fans aren’t happy about it.
Confirming the news to a fan on Twitter, Halo Infinite’s community manager John Junyszek revealed there will be “no per-match XP at launch”. Instead, players must complete challenges to progress through the battle pass.
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