Failing to integrate the coop directly for the campaign, the Halo Infinite season 2 plans to add enough content to keep the players on. The impact of the update will be held on May 3, as already announced 343 industries in recent days.
This short teaser offers a brief overview of the new menu cards (an Arena called Catalyst and a BTB map of the Breaker Name), and from the new armor, as part of an update that also provides for Integrate new game variants, time-limited events and new rewards for the Battle Pass.
Highly criticized at the exit of the first pass, 343 industries says he retained the lesson for this new season: “The Battle Pass Free will contain even more personalization content than that of Season 1, which includes the core of armor Lone Wolves from the first stages of the course. As for the premium line, we have added credits like other reward level, which will allow players to store up to 1.000 CR “, can we read in The blog post detailing some of the lessons learned from the first season. At this point, however, it is not yet a question of mixing the different equipment according to the various armor cores, even if the team is still time to consider this eventuality.
Weekly challenges will continue to benefit from improvements, while the ultimate rewards will be more rare cosmetics and therefore greater value. The consultation of the parties in the theater mode should also gain in stability, especially for those who chained the viewing of several games as a result.
343 industries finally says floor on a more rewarding reward system, to reward performance rather than attendance, but again, it will have to be patient: “_A longer term, we agree to abandon the boosts of XP based on time, especially with the XP gain per game that will be available in a future update. We will have more information to share on these two points at a later date. “In short, once again, The patience will be used with halo in multi.
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