Some Halo Infinite players feel frustrated because they wasted useful XP boosters by activating them just before Server down Knocked out the offline Xbox shooter and now it looks like 343 Industries will not be giving refunds to players who have gone to waste.
In the first day of this month, Halo Infinite players were unable to play the game for just over an hour. Not a big problem. Online games go down, it happens. And the outage was resolved in less than two hours. However, some players that night used double XP boosters before the server went down, and due to the timer on these temporary boosters running continuously, even when not playing, many players have wasted some of these useful items.
As discovered by PCGN on Reddit, one Halo the player contacted the developer about the wasted booster and received a message from studio that’s not good news. According to 343 Industries, they cannot replace wasted tanks.
“We appreciate your patience on this matter. While we are not able to provide or replace the XP boosts you lost during the server downtime, we would like to inform you that access to the Halo Infinite servers is now closed. restored. If you are still having problems entering matches, please restart the game and try again”.
Consider how angry and toxic Halo subreddit could be, even stopped working not too long ago due to continued harassment and threats against developers, you probably won’t be surprised to learn this message has led to a lot of debate and venting from players.
This also revives the old debate about how boosters work Halo Infinite. Many people, myself included, find it odd that the boosters count down the moment you activate them, even if you’re stuck in the lobby looking for a match or if the server goes down for a while. a long time. Might very well use up half or more of the booster matches timeout. It also means that I rarely use them because I never know if I will be around full time or if something will pull me away.
A lot of players want 343 to change the way boosters work, making them countdown only when you’re actually loaded into a match. Seems fair to me.
As for wasted boosters, it seems that 343 cannot individually replace each wasted booster for each specific player. A better option would probably be to just give a number to everyone who logged in during the week.
Meanwhile, some good news from 343: It will start allowing players to earn credits in Season 2 belong to Halo Infinite. Currently, you can only buy credits, the primary currency used in the game’s cosmetics shop. And recently, 343 discounts in that store after continued feedback from players.
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