Halo Infinite players are still not pleased with the lackluster in-game digital store

Halo Infinite’s in-game digital stores seem to have left the player base unsatisfied.

The Halo franchise is one of the most popular game titles in the history of the console gaming community. The first game of this series was released in 2001. Following its release, Halo has been topping the console gaming charts. The latest addition to its franchise was Halo Infinite.

Halo Infinite is a free-to-play, first-person shooter game developed by 343 Industries and published by Xbox Game Studios. It also has a campaign mode, but that portion of the game is not free-to-play. Being the latest entry to the franchise, 343 released this masterpiece on PC and consoles simultaneously for the first time.

The dev team finally gave this franchise the respect it deserves. Consequently, the game has already become a fan favorite to many within the Halo community.

As this is a free-to-play game, Halo Infinite has an in-game digital store where players can purchase paid cosmetics. Most of the items in the digital store appear as random bundles that refresh every week.

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Players Not at All Pleased with the In-game Digital Store

Following the official launch of Halo Infinite, players were frustrated with the prices of the items. Even after receiving tweaks to prices, players are still not pleased with the weekly store.

As a result, players suggest 343 Industries to improve their in-game store experience. Recommendations from the player base include demands to increase the variety of items available in the store along with the regular issue with the overpriced items.

Much of the comments are the same as the one above. 343 Industries should pay heed to the desperate requests of the community. Players are clearly not satisfied with the situation as the player count on different platforms seems to be declining at a worrying pace.

Read More: 343 Industries finally reduces weekly bundle prices in Halo Infinite’s online shop.

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