Although the vast majority of users are enjoying the multiplayer of Halo Infinite, many are not satisfied with the progression system of their Battle Pass. 343 Industries You’ve already made a few tweaks, but there’s still a lot to do and don’t expect these updates to be as frequent.

Brian Jarrard, community director for 343i, posted a message on Twitter, where he acknowledges that the development team has been listening to all of the fan feedback, but the necessary adjustments will still take a while to come.

“I’ve been traveling so I’ve been slow to respond – but please know that constructive feedback is being heard loud and clear. The changes will take a while and the priority this week is to give the team a well-deserved break for the holidays after a final final lap. Thanks for understanding.”

In addition to adjustments to Battle pass previously mentioned, 343i also released a small patch with which they improve a few sections of the game, but of course, there are still many things to do.

Halo Infinite will debut on December 8 for Xbox consoles and PC.


Editor’s note: And it is that although 343 Industries has already released a few fixes for the Halo Infinite multiplayer, it is very true that there are still several things to adjust. Surely 2022 is when we will see all these updates.

Via: Twitter