Halo Infinite will reduce multiplayer store prices starting next week


Next week, 343 Industries will start making changes to the Halo Infinite Multiplayer Store. Among the most important changes will be the reduction of item prices for customizing virtual avatars.

The changes were announced on Twitter by Jerry Hook, head of design at 343 Industries, who promises a “general price cut” from tTuesday, January 18. Also, some elements will be sold separately and not just in specific packages. These changes were made after carefully evaluating the feedback received from players since the launch of the Halo Infinite multiplayer beta.

“We’ve been closely monitoring discussions about the store, packages and pricing since launch,” Hook said. “Using data and feedback from the community, we will start to change the way we group and price items in Halo Infinite – it all starts next week.”

“As of Tuesday (January 18th), the Store experience will change from week to week. We are focusing on lowering prices overall, providing more value to our bundles, selling individual items in bundles, and more.”

Hook adds that the developers at 343 Industries will continue to try new solutions during Season 1 of Halo Infinite’s multiplayer, reminding us, among other things, that the new Cyber ​​Showdown event will begin next week.

Among the news coming in the next few days is also an update to the Big Team Battle mode and changes to fight cheaters.