As its imminent launch approaches, 343 Industries shared some Halo Infinite Multiplayer changes coming in Season 2!
Halo Infinite Multiplayer Season 2 is finally around the corner. Since its launch, fans have been vocal about many changes they want to see in the game.
Season 2 is the perfect opportunity to encourage fans to return to the game. After less than a year of its release, the game is already hitting all-time low record numbers on the PC side.
To address this situation, 343 Industries collected all the feedback received during Season 1 and has addressed how it will impact Season 2 in a series of blog posts.
The second round of updates is now here! Today, the developer shared some exciting details about upcoming changes to Halo Infinite Multiplayer Season 2.
Halo Infinite Multiplayer Season 2 Changes – Battle Pass, Shop, Progression & More
343 Industries announced through an official blog post another round of changes coming to Halo Infinite Multiplayer Season 2.
Namely, these changes include modifications to the current Progressions system, Battle Pass, Shop, and Theater & Observer.
In addition to these updates, 343 Industries also recently shared weapon balancing and melee fixes coming in Season 2.
These are all the upcoming changes to Halo Infinite Multiplayer Season 2 announced today:
- Consistent bundle value, as pricing used to vary in offerings that had similar value
- Battle Pass & Progression
- Free track will have more customization content than the previous season, slow removal of armor core limitations, and better weekly Ultimate customization rewards
- Can earn 1000 CR in Premium Season 2 Battle Pass
- Additional improvements for Weekly Challenges, eventually separating Challange lists to avoid Weekly Challenges from blocking Event Challenges and vice versa
- Ultimate Rewards: Visors, Coatings, and Stances, avoiding emblems and backdrops throughout the season
- Theater & Observer
- Updates for visibility, solving issues when viewing multiple films or multiple matches in a row
All updates are rolling out on May 3, when Halo Infinite Multiplayer Season 2 launches.
Halo Infinite Season 2 Potential
All these modifications directly respond to multiple complaints players raised during Season 1.
Playerbase numbers for the title were already low when fans voiced their disappointment with the latest Tactical Ops event.
Against all odds, the developer is actively trying to engage its audience. Recently, Halo Infinite’s Last Spartan Standing mode for BTB appeared in-game.
Halo Infinite has undoubtedly seen better days, but it remains a huge name in the industry.
Some content creators like NICKMERCS and TimTheTatman are speaking of the huge potential Halo Infinite has as a possible Battle Royale.
Once Halo Infinite Season 2 launches, it will become clear if these changes and the game’s potential to improve are enough to engage gamers.
Source: Halo Waypoint