Game Halo Infinite Multiplayer Will Let You Earn Credits In Its Season 2 Battle Pass

Game Halo Infinite Multiplayer Will Let You Earn Credits In Its Season 2 Battle Pass

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Halo Infinite‘s multiplayer will let players earn Credits in its Season 2 Battle Pass that they will be able to use in the in-game shop to buy items, cosmetics, and even a new Battle Pass.

Shared by 343 Industries Head of Design Jerry Hook and following “continued feedback” from the community, 343 has decided to make it so Credits will be earnable in Halo Infinite’s next Battle Pass, which will begin after Season 1 comes to a close in May 2022.

“Thanks to your continued feedback, we are happy to confirm Credits will be earnable in Season 2’s Battle Pass,” Hook wrote. “That means you will be able to earn Credits as part of your Halo Infinite progression. We’ll have more to share on this as we get closer to Season 2.”

Hook also gave an update on the team’s focus on “reducing pricing across the board” in Halo Infinite’s multiplayer. He shared that while this week was all about reducing the prices of the weekly bundles, next week will see some individual items from those bundles appearing on their own.

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In regards to the ongoing issues with Big Team Battle matchmaking, 343 will also be removing any Challenges that require BTB when the Weekly Challenges reset on Tuesday until a solution is found. This will ensure the team doesn’t remove anyone’s progress from this week and will make it so no one will be stuck with Challenges that are tough to complete because of these problems.

Halo Infinite’s BTB hotfix that was released earlier this week was “not as effective as we hoped,” according to Hook, but it “also contained additional telemetry that has been providing promising data to the team.”

For more, check out our full guide on Halo Infinite’s multiplayer as it will go a long way in making you the best Spartan you can be.

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Adam Bankhurst is a news writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst and on Twitch.

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