Next week, in addition to Halo Infinite’s Big Team Beetle troubleshooting patch, the developer is planning a major update to the 343 Industries game’s micro-transaction store – and the content is getting cheaper.
With the update of the Micro Transaction Store this coming Tuesday, January 18, players will see some significant changes. Jerry Hook, head of design for the 343, said the overall goal is to reduce costs across the board, and the 343 will be tested regularly to see if it works better.
“We’ve been closely monitoring shop, bundles and pricing discussions since launch. Using data and community feedback, we’re going to initiate changes that we’ve been able to do indefinitely. How to package and price items – and it all starts. Next week, ” Hook said on Twitter. “Starting on Tuesday, the store experience will be different every week. We’re focused on lowering prices across the board, providing strong values in our bundles, starting to keep individual items out of the bundles, and more.” have been.”
“We’ll keep trying new things for the rest of the season so we can learn and improve in the future. Please keep up the good content …”
Halo Infinite is a free-to-play game and relies on micro-transaction items to make money. Players have expressed concerns about the prices of some items, such as the recent Mr. Chief Pack. It remains to be seen what the new prices will be and how the perceived price will be accepted by the audience.
When the new store refreshes, keep checking back with GameSpot for the latest on Tuesday.
January 18 marks the start of Halo Infinite’s next multiplayer event – the Cyber Showdown. The event will allow players to unlock new cosmetic materials, including neon colored holographic mohawk.
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