The progress of the Halo Infinite Battle Pass will change later this week

The Halo Infinite multiplayer game was unexpectedly released only a few days ago, but there have been complaints about how long it takes to upgrade in the combat pass of the shooter game, which has caused developer 343 Industries to change the way the game progresses.

We already know that the developers intend to change the way the Battle Pass works, but the speed of the turnaround is impressive.

“First, we will add the’Play 1 Game’ challenge to help ensure that you continue to pass the battle pass by playing the way you want,” 343’s community manager John Junyszek, wrote“We will also adjust, fix errors, and delete some weekly challenges based on your feedback. The adjustments to the difficulty of these challenges will help you pass the weekly challenges faster, thus directly speeding up your progress through the Battle Pass.”

For this, the studio needs to reset the weekly challenge progress. However, never be afraid; as our progress is affected, we will all receive some gifts as gifts.

“In order to make up for this reset, we will provide this week’s ultimate reward for everyone who logs in between November 23 and November 30-the imprint mark 7 mask,” Junyszek explained.

Elsewhere, the experience boosters you can buy and unlock are changing. Currently, these items can only give you 30 minutes of experience gain, but because the Halo Infinite game takes a while (especially in Big Team Battle), the studio has increased this timer to one hour at a time.

These changes will be rolled out later this week.

The game has achieved great success. Halo Unlimited has reached a peak of 272,000 concurrent players on Steam alone within the first 24 hours of its launch on the server.

If you are playing a game (to be honest, who isn’t?) then you might be wondering that Halo Infinite players who purchase Halo Elite Controller will get special gun charms and how to get Halo Infinite’s simple tutorial achievements.