Battle Pass progression will be tied to challenges, not XP

We are getting closer and closer to the debut of one of the most anticipated titles of the year, Halo Infinite. 343 Industries’ shooter will arrive in December on PC and Xbox consoles, and the developers now provide us with a new clarification related to the Battle Pass that will be present within the multiplayer sector.

In particular, it was the Community Manager John Junyszek to provide more details on the matter, specifying that the progression of the Battle Pass will be linked to the completion of the challenges, and not to the accumulation of experience points as was expected.

“Playing and winning matches will be challenges that will help players progress through the Battle Pass levels,” Junyszek said in a Twitter post. “While this means no XP per game at launch, you are still progressing through the challenges. We will update our blog to clarify further.”

Statements that immediately raised a question from fans: What would happen if the daily challenges run out? The Community Manager also wanted to clarify this aspect: “The Technical Beta had a problem that caused people to run out of challenges. Our current plans for the launch, although not” infinite “, will make it extremely difficult to finish all of them. the daily challenges. I don’t say “impossible”, because there are some grinders out there, but I would be impressed. ”

Halo Infinite will be released on December 8 on Windows 10 PC, Xbox Series X | S and Xbox One. After showing online multiplayer again at Gamescom 2021, 343 Industries will give space to the game’s campaign near the launch. For more information, we refer you to our Halo Infinite Preview.