Halo Infinite Promises Shorter Seasons, More Consistent Content Drops, and ‘Bigger Things To Come’
Like Halo InfiniteWith the upcoming winter update, 343 Industries took the time to thank fans for their patience and support along with promising shorter seasons, more relevant content, and “bigger things” will come” in the future.
343 shared a message on Halo Waypoint, said they know that the journey since Halo Infinite’s launch “has not been the smoothest or the fastest.” It also says that Winter update – added performance and match-based XP, Forge Mode beta, official launch of online campaign co-op and campaign replay, two new maps, one new battle, Covert One Flag game mode , etc. – was a big moment for the set.
“The Winter Update marks a huge step forward for the game and our studio, but this is only the first step in that development,” 343 wrote. “The team is actively working on key player experience priorities in the game to address feedback areas, and we’re targeting another game update before the end of the year.
“We appreciate your support, and we can’t wait to join you in this transition in 2023 as we move towards shorter seasons, a more regular stream of content, and bigger things.” Upcoming.”
One of the biggest player complaints towards Halo Infinite besides that controversial original multiplayer progression is missing a steady stream of new content. In April, 343 said they understood “the community is simply running out of patience.” It said they need some time to get the ship back on track, and it appears to be in a good place to do so right now.
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