Halo Infinite players have now decided that they want a way to earn item shop credits in-game, but will this fix the problems with cosmetics?
Halo Infinite’s main form of progression is through the Battle Pass, which has been a major disappointment for many fans. However, developer 343 Industries has been working hard to address these complaints.
So far, not only has 343 made Battle Pass progression faster in Halo Infinite but there is also yet another major XP and leveling boost coming to Halo Infinite soon.
However, the item shop still remains a major point of controversy for Halo Infinite fans. Although, the community has figured out a way to make the system fairer, in their opinion at least!
Halo Infinite Fans Want Store Credits as a Battle Pass Reward
The player base thinks that items in the Halo Infinite shop are way too expensive so they have come up with a fair way that players can earn items through playing the game.
A new post on the Halo subreddit suggests that players should be able to earn a small amount of Halo Infinite Shop credits by playing every day.
As it stands, players have no way of earning credits in Halo Infinite. This means that players have to buy credits with real money to purchase cosmetics in the item shop.
The suggestion from u/Rivalfox recommends that players could earn 25-50 credits per day. While a small amount, this would mean a lot for dedicated players who want to buy more items.
This would also be great for free-to-play Halo Infinite players who have almost no customization options.
These credits could be implemented in the way of a daily long bonus or, more likely, a Battle Pass reward. It would be a good replacement for all of the challenge swaps in the Battle pass.
Let’s hope that developer 343 Industries listens to the fan concerns and implements a way to earn credits in Halo Infinite soon.
After all, a leak has revealed every upcoming Halo Infinite Item Shop Bundle and there are plenty that players will want to splash their credits on.
Meanwhile, players want a huge change to Halo Infinite’s SBMM system. It has been giving people extremely hard matches ever since the game launched.