Halo Infinite is adding scored doubles and new scope adjustments in the next update
Halo Infinite’s next major update will improve sight customization and reintroduce the fan-favorite dual playlist from previous Halo games, 343 Industries announced Friday via Halo Waypoint. The update, dubbed August Drop Pod, will come into play next week on August 9th.
The update allows players to equip any visor they have acquired with any helmet, regardless of the armor core used. Mark VII helmets will also be a little more customizable as you can use specific Mark VII attachments on all Mark VII helmets.
Additionally, the update will finally add the highly coveted Doubles playlists to the game, with both ranked and unranked variants due out next week. The developer advised keeping an eye on the “health” of the new ranked playlist once it’s launched, and went on to tease that more ranked playlists could be added in the future, depending on the performance of the existing ones.
For those looking to complete some challenges, the update also includes a nice quality of life improvement: being able to see challenges in-game. Pausing the game now allows you to see your active challenges during gameplay. 343 also pointed out that the update would lay some groundwork for adding a “Region Select” feature, but also reiterated that this feature isn’t quite ready to roll out just yet.
In the nine months since Halo Infinite’s multiplayer launch, the game has seen a ton of updates, including the addition of the semi-battle royale playlist, Last Spartan Standing. The campaign has also seen some improvements, with a recent network test allowing players to try out the game’s co-op campaign and mission replay feature.
https://www.gamepur.com/news/halo-infinite-adding-ranked-doubles-and-new-visor-customization-in-next-update Halo Infinite is adding scored doubles and new scope adjustments in the next update