Good news, Halo Infinite players – even more changes to the in-game item shop are on the way. Here’s what we know so far!
Unfortunately, the idea of customizing your spartan’s armor in Halo Infinite is a lot better than it actually is in-game.
There are a wealth of different cosmetics you can use to customize your soldier, so this isn’t the problem. The main issue fans have is the in-game store.
Previously, players have complained that there are almost no free armor customizations in Halo Infinite and for good reason. Just don’t tell them it costs over $1000 to buy everything in the item shop!
Luckily, developer 343 Industries have been listening to fan concern about the matter and will make even more changes to the Halo Infinite item shop soon.
Halo Infinite Item Shop to Get More Updates Soon
Most Halo Infinite players love the new in-game store price reductions, but some are still not totally satisfied with the changes.
On the Halo Infinite subreddit, players responded to the confirmed item shop changes with their thoughts. Luckily, an employee of 343 Industries responded to a fan, giving more details about the future of the item shop.
Brian Jarrard AKA ‘ske7ch’, 343’s community director, revealed that more changes to the item shop are on the way.
While there were no specifics about the changes coming to the Halo Infinite item shop, he said “expect some specific content experiments in the weeks to come”.
Let’s hope this announcement comes alongside the highly-anticipated Halo Infinite multiplayer content roadmap.
Additionally, ske7ch reassures players that 343 is listening to feedback and expects some bigger change to the in-game store in Season 2.
Fans will be hoping this means a way to earn Halo Infinite item shop credits in-game. However, this could be wishful thinking.
No matter what additional changes come to the item shop, Halo Infinite players will be looking forward to seeing what tweaks are in store!
In other news, Cyber Showdown has just kicked off 6 weeks of non-stop events in Halo Infinite multiplayer. This is great news for many Halo Infinite players who were worried about the lack of content in the game recently.