Halo Infinite continues to receive adjustments to experience gained through Battle Pass Challenges. John Junyszek, community manager at 343 Industries, reveals that the team has modified the points that are added when completing daily games.
How has progression changed in Halo Infinite?
“After seeing how experience is gained with the latest changes, we found that players started their sessions with less rewards than we would like,” he explains. Junyszek on his official Twitter account. “To correct this, we will increase experience gain during the first six games of the day.”
The first round of games that you play a day now will report the following points:
- First game: 300 XP
- Second match: 200 XP
- Third game: 200 XP
- Fourth game: 100 XP
- Fifth game: 100 XP
- Sixth game: 100 XP
- Game 7 onwards: 50 XP
With these changes they hope that it will help improve the slowness of the initial rewards, at the same time that “Benefits those who jump into the game every day”. “We know that many of you want even more changes of magnitude and we are committed to doing so, but it will take some time. We have made this update based on the data and feedback from the players, and we will continue to monitor its impact ”, he concludes. The update will take place around 5:00 p.m. (CET) and 7:00 p.m. (CET).
This is the second change to the challenges linked to the Battle Pass, the only progression path in the Halo Infinite multiplayer. To see the previous one we must go back to November 18, when Junyszek himself revealed the initial modifications. At that time they added the challenges for playing each game and doubled the time of the double experience consumables, going from 30 minutes to 1 full hour.
Source: John Junyszek en Twitter