Halo Infinite Battle Pass changes leaves players unimpressed

Many gamers are feeling underwhelmed by 343 Industries' changes to the Halo Infinite battle pass.


After a year-long delay, 343 Industries finally released Halo Infinite. So far, fans are loving it. The multiplayer component of Halo Infinite has been flocked by gamers ever since its release last November 15. However, it hasn't been perfect. One of the biggest issues that people are having with Halo Infinite is the Battle Pass, which has been criticized for its slow progression.

343 has already made changes to the Halo Infinite Battle Pass, but fans still aren't happy.

Thankfully, 343 did make changes to Halo Infinite, but it appears this wasn't enough to appease fans.

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What else can 343 do for the Halo Infinite Battle Pass?

343 has proven that it deserves the benefit of the doubt. The Halo Infinite Battle Pass should only improve over time.

As part of 343's latest changes to the Halo Infinite Battle Pass, players will now earn XP every time after completing every match. 343 also added several Halo Infinite challenges while also fixing problems with specific challenges that do not track properly. In addition to this, 343 has extended the Halo Infinite XP boosts so that they are now 1-hour long. Unfortunately, all the changes made to the Halo Infinite Battle Pass came at a slight cost.

Having said that, it appears that fans still aren't happy with the Halo Infinite Battle Pass. Some complaints are a bit understandable, as 343 had to reset the challenge's progress. Others argue that 343 didn't address the slow progression enough or that the reward is still low.

One suggestion that's going on around right now from Halo Infinite players is that 343 should just remove the challenge-based XP system in favor of XP for kills, objectives, and winning games. It remains to be seen if 343 is going to address this or not. But, something we can guarantee is that 343 wants to make sure that fans are happy with Halo Infinite. 343 has promised that it's going to keep on working on Halo Infinite Battle Pass, so we can expect changes to be made ahead of the game's full release on December 8, 2021.

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If it's any consolation, Halo Infinite Battle Pass never expires. This means that players can choose what challenges to complete at any time.

Ray Ampoloquio
Ray is based in the Philippines. He is a lifelong gamer and a PC hardware enthusiast. He builds and repairs laptops and computers for friends and family in his spare time. You can find Ray on Twitter.