Halo Infinite developer 343 Industries shared with gamers some insights into what’s deliberate for the game’s subsequent replace scheduled to launch on August ninth. It’s a “Drop Pod” replace which suggests it incorporates smaller options and fixes slightly than new game modes and such, however 343 nonetheless says it is one which addresses a number of community-requested options starting from enhancements on the game’s armor system to creating challenges extra seen for gamers trying to examine off these duties.
In this subsequent replace, 343 is liberating up visors to work with completely different armor cores slightly than those they’re at present restricted to. Players could recall that the developer stated not way back it deliberate to make completely different armor items appropriate with a number of armor cores slightly than having the cosmetics restricted to sure cores, however the course of was stated to be a gradual one. In this subsequent replace, “all visors that are currently in the game, and all future visors to come, will work across all helmets from all armor cores.”
With the arrival of our subsequent Drop Pod on August 9, visors will work on all cores, Challenges will seem within the pause menu, and extra. Read as much as see what different enhancements shall be making their strategy to #HaloInfinite subsequent week!
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“At present, there are a multitude of visors in the game split across the 5 armor cores,” 343’s senior neighborhood supervisor John Junyszek stated within the August Drop Pod preview. “If you’ve wanted to use the shiny gold Noble visor (which has hitherto been locked to the Mark V [B] armor core) to complete your look on any of your other cores, you’ll be able to make that happen when the August Drop Pod lands.”
While that armor change is the spotlight of the replace, 343 can be making it in order that challenges shall be viewable proper from the beginning menu in order that gamers can simply examine in on their duties at hand to see what must be accomplished. This identical replace may even lay the groundwork for extra ranked playlists sooner or later with a brand new playlist or two already coming on this subsequent replace.
“Kicking things off will be Ranked Doubles, which is set to land two weeks after the Drop Pod’s release – along with a CSR reset. Additionally, a social Team Doubles playlist will be accompanying Ranked Doubles on its launch day, meaning Halo Infinite will be getting twice the 2v2 fun.”
Halo Infinite’s August Drop Pod replace arrives on August ninth, so count on these options to be accessible then.