After waiting for ages for Tactical Ops to come to Halo Infinite, fans are now disappointed with the “lackluster” event!
In-game multiplayer events are some of the most exciting new content coming to Halo Infinite, but players haven’t been blown away by them recently.
In fact, the Halo Infinite player count reached a new low before Tactical Ops and the new event has done very little to interest players again.
But why don’t players like Tactical Ops? Here’s what the fans have to say about the matter.
Halo Infinite Players Call Multiplayer Events & Tactical Ops “Lackluster”
The new Halo Infinite event, Tactical Ops, has brought new free rewards and game modes. However, players are still not happy with it!
In addition to players hating the Tactical Ops events challenges, players have been complaining on the Halo subreddit about the content of this event.
A popular post by redditor u/black_out_ronin calls the events in Halo Infinite “lackluster” and says that Tactical Ops could have been much better than it was.
The main complaint is that the game modes in the event are just the same Tactical Slayer as usual but with a different weapon. Players want a more special LTM – for instance, silenced pistols or nighttime maps.
Or, even better, a return of a classic Halo Game mode. Luckily, leaks have revealed the Halo Infinite Infection startup gameplay.
However, players are also disappointed at the “lame” event rewards. Although, this is just a matter of taste and some players really like them.
Hopefully, developer 343 Industries listens to fan feedback and implements some more creative events in the next Season of Halo Infinite. This would go a long way to keeping fans happy and playing the game.
Halo Infinite Season 2’s new game modes and armor core look great. Fans will be hoping that the events are just as good!
Meanwhile, some huge leaks have revealed some very exciting upcoming content for Halo Infinite. A major leak has revealed that 10 new Halo Infinite maps are currently in development.
Plus, yet another leak has revealed the first gameplay of Halo Infinite’s Forge Mode. This is great news to fans who can’t wait to design their own maps and game modes in Infinite.