Halo Infinite players who lost XP during a recent server outage seem to have gotten their rewards back.
Confirmation came via a customer support representative who answered players’ questions about losing XP, and his answer was shared on subreddit for the game Social Media.
This issue is particularly controversial because instead of calculating the time a player spends in the game – which would allow players to experience server downtime without penalty – XP boosts are done in real time regardless of whether or not the player is active online and playing.
The email reads, “While we don’t have the ability to grant or replace XP boosts lost during a server outage, we want to tell you to restore access to the Halo Infinite servers now” (thanks, PCGN). “If you still have trouble joining matches, restart the game and try again.”
In other recent Halo news, 343 Industries continues to renew its reward system Credits can be obtained in the Halo Infinite Season 2 Battle Pass.
While there’s no date yet on when the changes will be implemented – Season 2 is set to arrive in May 2022 – it’ll be welcome news for Halo fans who haven’t been satisfied with it yet, the only way to get credits is with cash. in your real money.
“Thanks to your continued feedback, we are pleased to confirm that the Credits will be earned in the Battle Pass for Season 2,” Jerry Hawk, Head of Design at 343 Industries, explained on Twitter yesterday. “This means that you will be able to earn credits as part of your Halo Infinite progression. We will have more to share on that as we approach Season Two.”
News comes in a few days 343i has started ‘make changes’ to the shooter storeNoting that it “focuses on reducing prices in all areas.”
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