Halo Infinite next week’s updates announced will get an important community-focused update that will make modifications to helmets and visors and will include a new playlist.
Halo Infinite is set to receive a brand-new Drop Pod update next week which will concentrate on improving the quality of life and popular features that fans have requested. Cross-compatibility of visors with helmet attachments, as well as additional playlists with ranked ranking are coming to Halo Infinite on August 9.
At present, Halo Infinite is in the middle of its second season of content called Lone Wolves. Season 2 of Halo Infinite was initially planned as short-term, and lasted just a little less Heroes of Reach before getting extended to allow for the development of additional features of the game. As of the time of time, Halo Infinite still lacks the Forge mode and a cooperative campaign, but co-op has been getting some indications of life in recent playtests. In general the Halo community has been waiting for various enhancements and fixes to the game along with more content since season two was deemed to be a bit poor in its content delivery. This week’s update will be a sign it. 343 Industries is keen on keeping its promises to its gamers and is working hard to make up for gaps.
In a blog article posted in the Halo Waypoint blog, Halo Waypoint, 343 Industries has revealed the next Drop Pod update, stating that it will have more of a focus on the community and will help lay the foundation for features that are requested by the community in the near future. The first major change is that each color of visor is now compatible with all helmets , and over all of the Cores. Before this upgrade, gamers could only be able to unlock visors that were specific to one of the five armor cores available in the game, which was a huge problem to gamers in the Halo Infinite community. The below image shows the Eaglestrike Night Wisp visor on a Mark V core helmet.
Furthermore, modifications to the attachments to helmets within the Mark VII armor core now permit players to swap attachments between helmets. A lot of fans have been asking for this feature for a long time but 343 Industries had to take numerous considerations when it came to the art style and clipping issues prior to making the change. It is not the case that all Mark VII helmet in Halo Infinite will have the ability to use all helmet attachments, however 343 Industries claims that the range of attachments is greater today.
Developer will provide the full list of possible combinations in patch notes once the update is released on the 9th of August. Below is an example of the Mark V Stalwart visor attachment on the Mark VII helmet.
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