Halo Infinite – In-Game Store Changes, Price Drops Coming Tomorrow

For all the praise Halo Infinite multiplayer received for its shooter, its microtransactions were a constant source of contention for some fans. While 343 Industries has done a lot to improve limited-time events, not to mention challenges and leveling, the in-game store has been criticized for item pricing, lack of bundle value, and more. will be changes.

Jerry Hook, Head of Design at 343, tweeted: “We’ve been following the store discussions, bundles and pricing closely since launch. Using data and community feedback, we will begin making changes to how we package and price items in @Infinite Halo – and it all starts next week.

“Starting Tuesday, the store experience will vary from week to week. We’re focused on lowering prices across the board, providing stronger values ​​in our bundles, starting to put individual items outside of bundles, and more. But that’s not all as the developer will be looking to try “new things throughout the season so we can continue to learn and improve for the future.” Please continue to give us your feedback during this process and I hope to see you all next week for the Cyber ​​Showdown event! »

It remains to be seen how much the prices will be reduced, but given that a full set of armor could cost $20, it certainly can’t get any worse. There may also be instances where certain items, such as the Cat Ears headphones, are sold separately instead of being included in a bundle. Time will tell us.

Infinite Halo is currently available for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC. You can check out our multiplayer review here and the campaign here.