What you need to know
- 343 Industries is making changes to Halo Infinite's Battle Pass progression that increase how much XP players can earn daily.
- For the first six matches of every day, players will earn significantly more XP from "Play 1 Match" Daily Challenges.
- These changes ensure that players can level up their Battle Pass once a day by playing six matches.
While the core gameplay of the Halo Infinite multiplayer experience has quickly won over the hearts of many Xbox and PC gamers, many fans have been frustrated with how Halo Infinite's multiplayer progression is more tedious than it needs to be. The game's Challenge-driven progression has been difficult to engage with thus far, and since "Play 1 Match" Daily Challenges only give 50 XP, it's very difficult to meaningfully progress through the Halo Infinite Battle Pass once you complete all your Weekly Challenges.
In response to these issues, 343 Industries' Community Manager, John "Unyshek" Junyszek, has announced that the developers are increasing how much XP players earn during their first six matches each day. Players will get 300 XP for playing their first match, 200 XP for playing a second and third match, and 100 XP for playing a fourth, fifth, and sixth match. Any further matches played that day will reward 50 XP. This change will make it much easier for players to rank up their Battle Pass, as they'll get a full level each day just by playing six matches (each Battle Pass level requires 1,000 XP).
Junyszek then stated that 343 Industries knows that "many of you want even larger changes and we're committed to doing so," but noted that "those will take time." Still, it's great to see the developers make a big improvement like this, as this change will no doubt make consistent time investment into Halo Infinite feel more rewarding.
Halo Infinite's multiplayer is one of the best Xbox shooters available right now, and since it's free-to-play, everyone can pick it up and give it a try. It's available on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, and Windows PCs through both Steam and the Microsoft Store. The game can also be played through Xbox Cloud Gaming as well.
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