The Halo Infinite Store has been quite unpopular since launch day, but big changes are coming next week!
If you’ve been holding off on buying that cosmetic of your dreams because of Infinite’s steep store pricing, there’s some good news. Next week, Halo Infinite will see big changes to its Microtransaction Store, and fans are very happy to hear that a fix is coming.
Right now, Halo Infinite fans are fed up with poor Weekly Rewards, while the good stuff gets locked behind a paywall. Thankfully, it seems like change is on the way.
After the recent Tenrai events Microtransactions were the most disappointing yet, players were starting to give up on Halo Infinite’s Store. Meanwhile, those same fans were very vocal about the Mister Chief AI being far too expensive recently.
But despite all the complaints, new statistics reveal just how many Halo Infinite players spent money on Microtransactions. And the results were certainly surprising.
Halo Infinite Store Changes Coming With Cyber Showdown
Next week, Halo Infinite players will be heading into the Cyber Showdown event, and big Store changes are arriving too.
If you were hoping to pick up some stylish Cyber Showdown cosmetics, it seems like these beautiful Halo Infinite armor effects might be cheaper than you’d expect.
Head of Design at 343, Jerry Hook, confirms that the developer has been listening closely to player feedback over the holidays. And despite being on vacation over Christmas, the team has put a new system together to fix Store prices.
Starting on Tuesday, January 18, Halo Infinite will see a focus on reducing prices across the board. On top of that, bundles will begin to provide stronger values in general.
And some items will finally appear outside of bundles altogether!
“We will be trying new things throughout the rest of the season so that we can continue to learn and improve for the future,” Hook confirms. “Please keep the feedback coming during this process and I hope to see you all next week for the Cyber Showdown event!”
Perhaps even better news than that is Hook’s suggestion that players may soon be able to earn credits in-game!
Responding to a fan suggesting credits should be attainable for free, Hook replies “I think we need to do both.”
343 Industries is clearly listening to its players, and a fix for Big Team Battle is dropping next week too! What’s more, there’s a solution coming for Halo Infinite’s cheater problem too, 343 confirms.
And there’s a new Halo Infinite Double Jump trick that changes everything…