343 Industries doesn’t want their players to feel like they have to grind it like it’s some kind of job to complete Halo Infinite’s seasons and Grind Halo Infinite battle passes. In the latest Inside Infinite, developers from 343 Industries have discussed about some of the multiplayer content that has been revealed over the past few weeks.
- Halo Infinite Developers Don’t Want Players To Have To Grind Battle Passes
- Halo Infinite will be launched in Holiday 2021
- To be available on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC
In the latest blog post, live team design director Ryan Paradis and lead progression designer Christopher Blohm discussed that how Halo Infinite is going to handle regular content updates. They also said that Halo Infinite’s seasons will be only for roughly three months because it regularly gives players new content to enjoy without there being constant changes.
In addition to that Blohm said, We want our players to have the cool and latest content, activities, events, and rewards over the course of the season, and also we do not want to demand that players play a ton of hours every week of the season to complete everything. We just want players to have fun in Halo, and not grind it like it’s kind of a job.” Another key component that will be avoiding Halo Infinite from feeling like a grind is that Halo Infinite battle passes are never going to expire. Even after the first season ends, players will easily be able to purchase and they can also level up the season one battle pass.
“We have also looked at other titles, where you can buy something that provides time-limited access to the pass, and now you can feel obligated to play. That’s not fun, and it’s not player-first,” Paradis said. “If you have trust in us, and purchase something from us, it’s completely yours. No strings attached. Throughout each season there will be several events that are going to be much shorter experiences with new rewards for players to earn. These events will have some special reward tracks, which Blohm said will be free of cost. Blohm also said that the regular Halo Infinite battle passes and “other main vectors” will be provided canonical customizations.
They said that gear can also be acquired in a number of ways outside of the paid and free tiers of the Halo Infinite battle passes. Gear can be easily earned from many challenges, skill rewards, event reward tracks, legacy rewards, and campaign rewards.
Halo Infinite will be launched in Holiday 2021 on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. The multiplayer will be free-to-play and the campaign will also be launch the same day on Xbox Game Pass. Xbox boss Phil Spencer has said that he is completely confident that Halo Infinite will hit that release window and that it has been narrowed down to just a few weeks.
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