The Halo Infinite Season 2 Battle Pass has some issues to attend to. Halo Infinite fans have been having fun blasting each other in the face, but not without complaints. There’s a big issue with the progression that is part of Season 1. The switch to a Battle Pass has angered some fans, but most have adjusted well.
The multiplayer version of Halo Infinite launched in November and while the reception was positive, the battle pass system has some problems. Despite the streamlining of game modes and other things, there’s one big problem. That problem is the reliance on Credits, without as many ways to earn the currency. But with the beginning of next season, that’s changing.
Start earning credits in Halo Infinite Season 2
Looking ahead, things are already changing at 343. The latest community update from 343 Industries provided more information on what they’re working on.
it used to be that the primary reward for gaining levels on the Battle Pass was XP boosts. While these are OK, that could be better. The biggest problem is that there are not enough Credits to be found. The premium currency is key to the full enjoyment of the Battle Pass system, so that’s a big issue. But at the very least, that’s getting better. The Halo Infinite Season 2 Battle Pass will reward many more Credits.
This credit revamp in Season 2 will be part of major overhauls of the microtransactions. Prices for credit bundles and premium items are both being adjusted. The clear goal here is to bring the Halo game in line with the major multiplayer shooters like Fortnite. It’s a general assumption that players can earn enough premium currency within one season to afford the next battle pass. Changing the game to be more inline with that expectation is great.