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Halo Infinite Weekly Ultimate Challenges Are Too Difficult

Halo Infinite players are already getting tired of the Weekly Ultimate Challenges because they are way too hard to complete!

Halo Infinite tasks players with plenty of challenges to complete every week. However, there is one in particular that is frustrating players.

While many players want the vehicle challenges removed from Halo Infinite, there is one that is even more annoying.

Of course, we are talking about the Weekly Ultimate Challenge. This is extremely unfortunate as it is this challenge that lets players unlock an exclusive reward.

But are the Halo Infinite Weekly Ultimate Battle Pass Challenges really too difficult?

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Halo Infinite Weekly Ultimate Rewards Are Too Hard to Earn

While developer 343 Industries has already made Halo Infinite Battle Pass progression faster and easier, one challenge has seemingly been forgotten.

Weekly Ultimate Challenges are a hidden final Weekly Challenge for the most dedicated Halo Infinite players. You must complete them if you want to get the exclusive Weekly Ultimate Reward.

However, these challenges are extremely difficult and time-consuming to complete.

Not only do you have to complete every previous challenge that week t even get the chance to complete the Weekly Ultimate Challenge, but it is extremely difficult itself.

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Players on the Halo subreddit have been complaining about the difficulty of this week’s Weekly Ultimate Challenge in particular. It tasks players with winning 17 PvP matches.

This is extremely time-consuming and is also reliant on your teammates being good too – even with a 50% win rate, it will take you 34 games to complete. No wonder many players say that they will be skipping this one!

Hopefully, developer 343 Industries makes the Halo Infinite Weekly Ultimate Challenges easier in a future update. After all, 343 is already making huge progression changes in Halo Infinite.

This isn’t the biggest problem in the game though. It costs over $1000 to buy every Halo Infinite Shop bundle!

Meanwhile, fans have plenty more problems with the game. Hackers are taking over the game, but there are Halo Infinite anti-cheat improvements on the way.

However, a Halo Infinite dev’s statement about anti-cheat has angered fans. The last thing 343 Industries needs right now is an annoyed Halo community.

Finally, it looks like some festive fun will be coming to Halo Infinite soon. Check out the release date and rewards for the upcoming Halo Infinite Winter Contingency event.

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