The game is without a doubt, dynamic, fast, dizzying, and fun, I’ve been playing it since it came out.
Clearly, a level of skill is necessary to be able to keep up with the competition, but it is not impossible.
Anyway, to this day and months have passed and having reached season two (by the way, I bought both battlepasses) I still have the feeling that it has a competitive level strict enough in its gameplay to keep several players away.
I know that several are going to criticize me, because I have to practice and that’s it, and be a better player. But the truth is that I work and study every day, all day. When I can play games, recently I dedicated as much of my time, will, and ability as possible to complete the weekly challenge, and when I complete it, BOOM! I realize that they add one more challenge to you … How much more do you want me to play, to be able to unlock even ONE simple cosmetic for my character? How much more of my time do I have to give them so I can earn things on my own? when I don’t have time…
The level up in season two seems slow, I used the XP Boosters I had in my possession to help, but they seem to be useless, weird.
The main mode of “Interference” is, for me, and I clarify that it is my appreciation, mine, of a level that seems "professional". Laugh, but I die fast, and I have to wait for the game to end, because if you leave you LOSE progress and you don’t add experience or level. Although the game, through a window, warns you that there is no penalty, I have already tried to leave several times and I do not add anything, neither the experience, nor the points of the game. For me there are problems, personal, difficulty, skill levels, and progression.
Now I don’t remember specifically, but it seems to me that some game mode has disappeared.
Well, one last comment, I love Halo, TMCC is great, its campaign and its multiplayer. And Halo Infinite is the last campaign of a video game that moved me to the bone. And the multiplayer despite some dissatisfactions is great.
But in TMCC, in the MP, I enter, I play, and there is no requirement from the game to be competitive. It is, I know, and many have plenty of skill, they do impossible things, it’s not personal, don’t get mad, you. What I am saying is that there is a base of the game that is obviously fun-oriented. I don’t know anyone who gets furious playing TMCC. Halo Infinite on the other hand, feels different, in their games everything feels like a professional competition, the matchmaking feels uneven, clearly there is a formula to be better, and win and blah blah blah. But there are times when I feel that in order to even have a good time I have to be something I’m not, a Halo prodigy…I’m not.
Point aside, and end. Many will tell me to go play another game, as I usually read that they respond to players like me. But don’t you think that this could be the problem that there are no players? It’s the same problem that you cry to 343 for, that problem that I myself have noticed when waiting 5 minutes for a quick game. One thing is the flaws of the game, it has them, but I say that there are things that limit the ability of people to continue playing. 343 has an obvious position, and the community will have to take responsibility also if the game dies, not everything depends on the developers.
I liked the staging of Season 2, the Lone Wolves theme, the narrative event. They have to make sure to order the interface so that eventually the cinematic material is not lost, and that it is an ordered recurring element and it is not lost, because it is narrative cinematic material, it has to be well registered.
But the progression feels wrong, from my ignorance, lack of experience and skill, I tell you something feels wrong. XP boosts don’t work, matches are mismatched and feel like world championships to me.
Players hide and let everyone die, it’s a shame. There are people who cheat, they don’t die after being shot a THOUSAND times, or they kill you with one shot, or their bullets go through walls, or they know exactly where you are.
Challenges upon completion should end, not add one last. I have already played and dedicated hours to complete a f… challenge and they add me more, and more, and more and more and more and more.
They have to make the game fun. Better matchmaking would help. TMCC is about fun, Infinite I find it hard to admit, I’m looking for fun but I find something else. u.u
I am going to stop here, I have bought Infinite, I have paid for their battle passes because I think the company deserves the support, and they should continue working on halo, new seasons, new stories, etc. But many things feel bad, I know they know, I wanted to share the version of someone who is not a Master Chief in the game, but someone normal.
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