Many Halo Infinite players are fed up with the Cyber Showdown event thanks to the challenges that are making players lose matches!
Halo Infinite players are always looking forward to new in-game events to spice up the game’s multiplayer mode. Luckily there are plenty in store!
Despite this, it isn’t all perfect. Some players are complaining that the challenges are causing them to lose games. But why?
Halo Infinite Cyber Showdown Challenges Ruin Team Game Modes
Following players asking for Cyber Showdown challenges to be separate from the Battle Pass, a new kind of complaint has now been flooding in.
Players on the Halo Infinite subreddit are complaining about what the challenges are asking players to do. Luckily, it’s not that the Halo Infinite weekly challenges are too difficult again, but they are ruining games in a different way.
This is probably one of the reasons why the Halo Infinite player count continues to drop despite limited-time events.
The post says that Cyber Showdown forces players to be selfish rather than collaborative in order to complete the challenges. This is a good point considering what players are tasked to do.
Using melee attacks or a specific weapon as well as waiting for teammates to die so you can revive them in Attrition all force players to play in a way that doesn’t benefit the team. In turn, this means that trying to complete challenges could end up making your team lose the entire match.
While this isn’t the end of the world, players hope that the challenges in upcoming Halo Infinite events like the leaked Tactical Ops are more team-based. This will mean players can still try to unlock all of the items without costing their team!
Meanwhile, one extremely frustrating issue has just gotten a lot worse over the past week. Since the January 19 update, players have been reporting way more lag spikes and server issues in Halo Infinite.