Halo Infinite’s Weekly Digital Store Keeps Getting Worse

Halo Infinite’s in-game digital store keeps going downhill every week.

One of the most infamous video game franchises in the last couple of decades has been the Halo series. The first Halo game released back in 2001, and the franchise is still going strong with its latest release, Halo Infinite.

Launched in December 2021, Halo Infinite is a first-person shooter game developed by 343 Industries with single-player and multiplayer attributes. Being largely famous in the gaming community, Halo Infinite has also gathered an enormous player base within no time.

Halo Infinite is essentially free-to-play but uses microtransactions for monetization similar to other popular titles such as VALORANT, Fortnite, Apex Legends, and many more. But where those games have perfected the rotating cosmetics shop, Halo Infinite has not really grasped the secret formula yet.

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Digital Store Disappointment

Halo Infinite has a feature of an in-game digital store from where players can purchase their desired cosmetics. But the downside is that everything isn’t available in the store all at once. Items refresh and reappear on a daily and weekly basis.

Players are highly unsatisfied with how the store turned out in the previous weeks.

For the last three weeks, the Halo Infinite in-game digital store has been nothing but repetitive and dull. Players who are eagerly waiting for new cosmetics to buy are suffering from a seemingly endless wait.

Everybody in the community has been expressing their frustration towards 343 Industries. The store’s lack of variety and options has been a complaint from the player base since the game’s initial release.

Such an enormous franchise should consider the opinions and feedback of the desperate community with more urgency. We are yearning to see what the developers do to improve this ever-deteriorating situation.

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