HALO INFINITE Gets A Huge Progression Update
Halo Infinite’s multiplayer battle pass grind has been the one, constant criticism levied at the game, and it seems 343 Industries has been paying attention. A big boost to earning experience in Infinite is now added. John Junyszek, a Community Manager at 343, announced the already live, sweeping change to the progression system on November 30th.
The new system will pay players for jumping into matches every day: players will earn 300 experience points for completing their first match of the day, 200 for the second and third matches, and 100 for the next three before settling at 50 for the seventh match and every one after.
This is a tremendous change to Halo Infinite’s experience labor and one that is already very popular with the community. The sluggish progress through Infinite’s battle pass was one of the most common criticisms about the game.
This change comes just a week out from Halo Infinite’s full release of its campaign on December 8th. Halo Infinite’s multiplayer beta is now available for free on all Xbox consoles, PC via Steam and the Xbox App, and mobile phones via Xbox Cloud Gaming.