Halo Infinite players now know a bit more about how the game's multiplayer mode and progression system work with one another thanks to new details shared by 343 Industries. The game won't have a traditional experience system that gives players more points based on kills and in-game performance and will instead award battle pass experience by completing weekly and daily challenges. The developers also assured people that it would take many hours to fully complete these challenges in case players were worried about running out of things to do too quickly in a season.
Halo Infinite developer 343 Industries has addressed player concerns about the game's challenge-based multiplayer progression, stating that it "it should take a player 16 to 18 hours of playing" before they run out of daily challenges. On the latest Inside Infinite post on Halo Waypoint, 343's community manager John Junyszek...
Deathloop is a fantastic game, but there’s one element that’s just kind of there — the player versus player combat. Every time I start Deathloop, I’m given an option. I can either try to break the loop as Colt, or protect it as Julianna. This is an intriguing premise. While the game’s other antagonists are all locked into the same routines and schedules, Julianna is free of the cycle; she’s controlled by a human player I cannot predict and sometimes cannot outplay. But the execution of this executioner is just so-so, and it stands out like a useless appendage in an otherwise spectacular experience.
Halo Infinite is handling player progression far differently from any previous game in the series by removing per-match XP and instead focusing solely on a battle pass at launch. There will be no separate XP progression system for outside of the battle pass, meaning players who do no purchase the battle pass will have no sense of progression in the multiplayer.
The next Forza Horizon game is launching soon, and is perhaps one of the most anticipated games of the year already. So far we’ve seen lots about the new location, the single player campaign etc., but what about multiplayer? Thankfully, the latest stream with the developers touched on all things online, and what you can get up to in the revamped multiplayer.
Check your inbox Halo fans, the new Halo Infinite multiplayer technical test was just announced. 343 Industries are sending out emails to those who have registered to participate in the upcoming multiplayer test. Back-to-Back Halo Infinite Multiplayer Test Previews. The Halo Infinite multiplayer test will span across two back-to-back weekends....
Details have been announced regarding the second multiplayer technical preview for Halo Infinite, and it looks as though opportunities for matchmaking will be severely limited in order to stress test servers. Matchmaking will not only be accessible for just six days across two weekends, but it will also only be available for eight hours on those days.
In its latest episode of “Forza Horizon 5 Let’s ¡Go!”, Playground Games showcased the upcoming open world racer’s multiplayer modes and features. As revealed earlier, Team Adventure is out and Horizon Open is in, offering a litany of different racing activities to partake in. Check it out below. In Horizon...
A recently uploaded gameplay video for Forza Horizon 5 has revealed three new multiplayer modes and a newly refined car sharing feature. Playground Games hosted the livestream, which is now available to watch on YouTube, showing fans 50 minutes of Forza Horizon 5 and its multiple multiplayer modes. The racing...