Since the launch of Halo Infinite’s multiplayer beta, progression in the game has not been fun. With progression in the battle pass being linked to challenges, XP was halted to a stop. Some challenges proved to be too hard to complete. Others, too long to complete. A few, not working at all. Many matches would go by, with no XP in sight. Gladly, the developers over at 343 had a response.
On the Halo Support Twitter page, 343 answered our prayers with more news on Infinite’s multiplayer. First, a new daily challenge was introduced: play one match to earn 50 XP. A basic way to give XP per match and probably not the best. Especially since every level requires 1000 XP. As a result, progressing in the battle pass still feels grindy, and many can agree that 50 XP is not enough.
343 Industries seems to be taking a step in the right direction. But, they need to take a few more steps. Especially by continuing work on the battle pass progression system and hopefully adding more content to the multiplayer to make it a better experience. Hopefully, more updates on Infinite’s multiplayer come soon with Halo Infinite‘s campaign out on the 8th of December.