Teen Wolf Actor Has Great Idea to Improve Halo Infinite Loading Screens

The television star turned Halo Infinite player has some ideas in how the game can better take advantage of all of its beautiful artwork.

Since Halo Infinite officially launched earlier this winter, most fans and critics alike have been impressed with what the game has to offer. However, it turns out that Teen Wolf alum Stephen Ford has a suggestion to make the game just a little bit better.

Halo Infinite finally launched its multiplayer mode with a surprise drop in November and its full campaign in December after developer 343 Industries had to delay the release, which would have seen it be a launch title for the Xbox Series X/S. One of the reasons the game’s arrival was pushed back is because the company didn’t believe that the look of the game was up to snuff. It appears that the wait was worth it, as quite a few people have been impressed with the upgraded visuals. Now, Stephen Ford has an idea that would make waiting around for a multiplayer match a bit more interesting while showing off the art of the game.


The actor took to Twitter over the weekend to offer up the suggestion to use Halo Infinite‘s concept art as the loading screen for multiplayer matches, instead of the same shot of the same canyon every single time. While making it clear he understood that everyone was busy working on the game, he added that he thought his suggestion would be a “cool way” for the artists that work on the game to show off their stuff.

While Ford said that he understood that the people working on Halo Infinite are plenty busy, he clearly felt as though his idea was a good one. After the initial tweet suggesting using the concept art on the loading screens, he issued another tweet where he specifically tweeted at Halo community director Brian Jarrard, apparently hoping for a response.

It didn’t take long for some of Ford’s followers to weigh in and agree that his idea would be better than what the game currently offers on that loading screen. Considering there have been instances when the Halo Infinite UI loading screen took longer than it should have to process, it makes sense that some are frustrated looking at the same scene over and over.

These sorts of suggestions aren’t particularly new either. While most are happy with 343’s latest project overall, there have been other suggestions here and there about how Halo Infinite could be improved when it comes to the appearance of the game, or items or characters in the game.

Halo Infinite is available now on PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

Source: Gamerant

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