Halo Infinite Season 2 has not been precisely what fans expected, and the eSports Lead has now addressed the disappointment pro players are also experiencing.
Halo Infinite Season 2 is finally here! But, just as with Season 1, there are several things fans are not happy about.
Recently, gamers reported major lag and desync problems after Season 2’s melee fix. This was a common problem in Season 1, and sadly it has had a resurgence for this new season.
As expected, the piling up of content issues with long known technical issues has assured a constant stream of negative feedback.
Additionally, some recent changes in the game have also affected pro players who have also voiced concerns about the state of Halo Infinite.
Halo Infinite’s eSports Lead has now addressed all this feedback.
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Halo Infinite Season 2 Criticism Addressed by eSports Lead
Halo Infinite’s eSports and Viewership Lead at 343 Industries, Tashi, addressed the criticism provided by pro player Tyler Ganza.
Tashi accepted fans have lost trust with Season 2 and added news to gain that trust back is coming real soon.
This communication provided no details on what 343 Industries is planning to revert the ongoing problems with Halo Infinite Season 2. Nevertheless, according to Tashi, we might hear from them soon.
Back on May 4, Tyler Grant criticized the latest Halo Infinite Season 2 update at that moment. The update introduced a weapon jamming issue and some other movement changes.
Tashi noted this feedback had been heard loud and clear by the development team. Also, he guaranteed some excellent news about this coming soon.
Aside from this situation, Halo Infinite is trying to address its content concerns. There are many upcoming events like Fracture: Entrenched, Alpha Pack, and more.
As well, rumors suggest that Halo Infinite could be getting a classic fan-favorite map soon!
Nevertheless, some content-related problems persist in Season 2. One example of this is gamers still complaint about Weekly Challenges being too difficult.