Further XP adjustments in multiplayer, daily games now give more experience for the Battle Pass

It’s been almost two weeks since 343 Industries made the first changes to the Battle Pass in Halo Infinite’s multiplayer. Among other things, a repeatable challenge was started that rewards players with 50 XP per completed game. Since you always need 1000 XP to level up in the Battle Pass, twenty matches had to be played to unlock the next item – unless you complete another challenge with an XP reward during this time. However, because there was still criticism from the fans, there will now be further adjustments.

Community Manager John Junyszek announced on Twitter that players will now receive significantly more experience points at the start of their session. So there is 300 XP for the first game of the day. The next two matches will be rewarded with 200 XP each, the next three with 100 XP each. Only from the seventh round onwards there is the usual 50 XP per game again. Due to the change, a new level in the Battle Pass can now be reached after six games. It is currently unknown when the changes will take effect. Halo Infinite is available for Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, and PC. The shooter’s campaign will be released on December 8, 2021. Last actual video: Multiplayer Fracture Tenrai Launch Trailer