343 Industries have announced a new change to Halo Infinite's battle pass progression system. From now on, players will get a total of 1000 XP for the first six matches each day.
John Junyszek, Community Manager at 343 Industries has detailed the new Halo Infinite progression changes that will increase the match-based XP bonus even further, to help players progress their battle pass a lot faster.
"After seeing how XP was earned with those changes, we noticed that players were starting their sessions with slower payouts than we'd like. To address this, we will be increasing the XP payout for the first 6 matches of each day," he tweeted.
Here's how XP rewards will work in Halo Infinite multiplayer from now on:
- 1st Game = 300XP
- 2nd Game = 200XP
- 3rd Game = 200XP
- 4th Game = 100XP
- 5th Game = 100XP
- 6th Game = 100XP
- 7th+ Game = 50XP
This basically means that you get 1000XP for the first six matches in Halo Infinite each day, which is certainly a major improvement and should massively help players unlock those battle pass tiers.
On top of this, you also get XP points for challenges so there's certainly a lot to earn if you sign in to the game every day.
343 Industries will still continue to look into the progression system but bigger changes, like kill-based XP or flag capture XP, will take more time.
Halo Infinite multiplayer is now live on PC and Xbox consoles. You can check out our review of the game here.