Halo Infinite players are not pleased with the challenges in the game, claim some of them rely way too much on RNG.
343 Industries, the developers of Halo, managed to release the much anticipated next chapter to the Halo franchise with Halo Infinite. Following its official release back in 2021, both new and returning players were amazed by the work done by the dev team.
The multiplayer mode especially took players back to the old glory days when Halo ruled the console first-person shooter market with their genre-defining multiplayer gameplay.
With Halo Infinite, 343 brought Halo to the next generation of consoles and the PC platform. Moving forward, Xbox is pushing heavily on the “play anywhere” narrative that is also evident with Xbox Games Pass, their game subscription platform.
Do the daily challenges require a rework in Halo Infinite?
While the developers received accolades for the multiplayer mode, the same can’t be said about the monetization of the title. Like most other popular FPS titles in the market right now, Halo Infinite’s multiplayer is free-to-play, meaning there is no barrier to entry.
To keep the player base engaged, 343 dishes out new updates containing daily challenges for players to complete. These challenges help players collect rewards from the event passes, and the unlock rewards from the battle pass.
Players within the Halo community have now voiced their concern regarding the nature of those challenges, especially the ones related to killjoys. In Halo, Killjoy means ending other people’s killing sprees.
The game’s current state requires players to complete these challenges to gain rewards. And tieing challenges to killjoys that are highly RNG is unfair. Even though players can swap daily challenges, the fact still remains that the current state of daily challenges needs some tweak from the dev team.