Halo Infinite’s Shop to Reduce Prices Starting Next Week

Starting next week, prices will be getting slashed ‘across the board’ on Halo Infinite’s shop, and this will also include value changes for packages.

343 Industries’ Halo Infinite has spent the last couple of months garnering praise not only for its exceptional campaign mode which has managed to make Halo feel fresh and new again with an open-world, but for its multiplayer as well. The gameplay feels like classic Halo and the modes, both old and new, are keeping players coming back. However, one aspect of the multiplayer experience that needed serious tweaking was Halo Infinite‘s shop and 343 Industries is promising that, starting next week, changes will be implemented on that front.


Following fan feedback regarding Halo Infinite‘s in-game shop, 343 Industries has decided that starting Tuesday, January 18, pricing will be reduced “across the board.” Packages are also going to offer more value and individual items will be made available outside of bundles. 343 Industries’ head of design, Jerry Hook, says that the team used data and community feedback to start making adjustments to the store and will continue to do so until it is in good standing with the community

Hook goes on to say that the team will be trying out new things throughout the rest of Halo Infinite‘s first season, so they can improve on what needs improvement and learn along with their community for upcoming seasons. He insists that fans keep the feedback coming along especially throughout and after the upcoming Cyber Showdown event. Seemingly, 343 Industries wants to keep Halo Infinite‘s multiplayer an open dialogue with its community and that will only mean good things for the game in the long run.

Recently, 343 Industries has announced that a patch for Big Team Battle was on the way that would fix numerous issues with matchmaking, which seems to be widespread, and problems with rampant cheating. Brian Jarrard, Halo‘s Community Director, says that the team is well aware of the issue of cheating throughout all of Halo Infinite and says players should expect a fix for that come mid-February. As for the matchmaking issue, Jarrard says that the team believes it has a fix in hand for the core issue and so far it is looking positive coming out of QA.

Maintaining a multiplayer game and its community is something the team at 343 Industries is no stranger to at this point, so players should be rest assured that fixes to certain elements will no doubt come swiftly. It is also a relief that 343 Industries is willing to make changes to pricing in Halo Infinite‘s store as that is sometimes an issue publishers and developers do not budge on.

Halo Infinite is available now for PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X.

Source: Gamerant

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