Fans are worried about the Halo Infinite Battle Pass progression system
By Ray Ampoloquio August 29, 2021
As we approach its December 2021 launch date, more and more details about the latest Halo installment are starting to crop up.
Any new info about Halo Infinite is always welcome.
However, one detail about the Halo Infinite Battle Pass progression system is making fans worry.
Usually, in games that use the Battle Pass system, players can level up their Battle Pass by earning experience or XP just by playing.
Fans were worried when 343 Industries said that the Halo Infinite Battle Pass will not use XP.
Instead, players will progress through the Battle Pass by completing challenges.
Concerned fans pointed out about what would happen if players ran out of challenges to complete.
It appears that 343 Industries has thought of this already.
One of the studio's community managers clarified that "playing and winning matches will be challenges."
In addition to this, Halo Infinite will have far more challenges to complete than the technical preview.
One interesting detail to note is that all the details about the Halo Infinite Battle Pass pertains to it as being "at launch".
This suggests that 343 is open to changing how it works depending on how it is received by players.
In other Halo Infinite news, we've learned what kind of PC you'll need to run Halo Infinite.
With Halo Infinite set to release on December 8, you'll have a few more months to save up and upgrade your PC, if needed.
Stay tuned to Xfire for more Halo Infinite news!