Major Changes Coming To Halo Infinite’s Microtransaction System

343 Indus­tries, devel­op­ers of Halo Infi­nite, are plan­ning a sig­nif­i­cant update to the game’s micro­trans­ac­tion store–making con­tent cheap­er. This is in addi­tion to a patch address­ing Halo Infinite’s Big Team Bat­tle issues that should be releas­ing next week.

Start­ing on Tues­day, Jan­u­ary 18th, the store will refresh with the adjust­ments to the micro­trans­ac­tions. Jer­ry Hook, head of design at 343, said the goal is to reduce over­all prices, with 343 con­duct­ing reg­u­lar tests to see what works best.

We’ve been mon­i­tor­ing the dis­cus­sions on the Shop, bun­dles, and pric­ing close­ly since launch. Using data and com­mu­ni­ty feed­back, we’re going to begin rolling out changes to how we pack­age and price items in Infinite–and it all starts next week,” Hook said on Twit­ter. “Start­ing Tues­day, the Shop expe­ri­ence will vary week-to-week. We are focused on reduc­ing pric­ing across the board, pro­vid­ing stronger val­ues in our bun­dles, start­ing to put indi­vid­ual items out­side of bun­dles, and more.”

We will be try­ing new things through­out the rest of the sea­son so that we can con­tin­ue to learn and improve for the future. Please keep the feed­back com­ing dur­ing this process…”

Halo Infi­nite is a free-to-play title and it relies on micro­trans­ac­tions to make mon­ey. Play­ers have con­cerns that the price points for cer­tain items are not that great. It’s unknown what the new prices will be and if fans will have any interest.

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