343 Industries has recently spoken out in response to fans concerns about Halo Infinite’s new XP system.
Fans have been waiting eagerly for the release of Halo Infinite which is due to take place next month, as we draw closer to the games official launch, players have started to raise some of their concerns.
Players have recently voiced their concerns about Halo Infinite’s XP system as they say that it will take around 16-18 hours per day in order to complete daily challenges.
In previous Halo titles, players were able to to earn XP by getting kills and assists, if a player continues to work their way through multiplayer they would be able to level up.
Now it looks like in the new free-to-play multiplayer, the overall system has changed which will see players having to complete weekly and daily challenges in order to gain XP.
This has players concerned that this will incredibly time consuming, although recently Halo Infinite developers spoke out regarding fans concerns.
The developers said “it should take a player 16 to 18 hours of playing” in order to complete all of the available challenges, they followed up by saying that they we paying special attention to feedback from players on the new system.
It was also revealed that players will also be able to take part in three challenges at any one time, however those who purchase the Halo Infinite Battle Pass will be able to unlock a fourth challenge.
This means that unless players want to pay extra, there is a limit to how much they can progress.
It looks like players will have to wait until the games official release to find out just how long it ill take to progress.
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