Halo Infinite came out late last year and turned out to be exactly what fans expected: a complete and enchanting Halo experience where the community could last for years to come. However, there were some bumps in the online game scene as the season pass added little or no value and players also experienced connectivity issues. Fortunately, developer 343 Industries promises improvement, because in the latest update, the studio will boost the overall online optimization!
In a blog post Developer 343 Industries will explain the current status of Halo Infinite and tell the studio that it is listening carefully to criticism that is emerging from the community. Based on this criticism, the developer wants to take the online gameplay of the shooter to a higher level, so that players can enjoy Halo online more often and faster. 343 promises that with the arrival of the new update, players will be more quickly connected to players from their region, so that they are less affected by lags and other bad illnesses.
In addition to this, several quality of life fixes are also made to the Halo Infinite game modes, and with this, the Big Team Battles mode is also being fixed. Soon the chance will be much less than falling into a jar that’s about to run out and that’s a good sign, according to the clock, because there’s nothing more annoying than stepping into a jar full of good cheer and then desperately watching how your team has already been ruthlessly slammed to the ground.
For the full list of updates and fixes, be sure to check out this 343 Industries blog post! What do you think, are these the improvements that Halo Infinite needs, or would you like to see additional additions?
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