Two spartans standing next to each other in Halo Infinite

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Halo Infinite’s subsequent huge update will improve visor customization and reintroduce the fan-favorite doubles playlist featured in earlier Halo video games, 343 Industries introduced on Friday through Halo Waypoint. The update, dubbed the August Drop Pod, will hit the game subsequent week on August 9.

The update will allow gamers to equip any visor they’ve acquired on any helmet, whatever the armor core in use. Mark VII helmets may also be a tad extra customizable, as you’ll be capable of use sure Mark VII attachments throughout all Mark VII helmets.

In addition, the update will lastly add the highly-requested doubles playlists to the game, with each ranked and unranked variants scheduled to reach subsequent week. The developer suggested it will maintain tabs on the “health” of the brand new ranked playlist after its launch, and additional teased that extra ranked playlists might be added sooner or later, relying on the efficiency of present ones.

For these trying to knock out some challenges, the update may also embody a neat high quality of life enchancment: Being in a position to see challenges in-game. If you pause the game, you’ll now be capable of see your lively challenges whereas taking part in. 343 additionally suggested that the update would lay some groundwork for including a “region select” function, but in addition reiterated that this function isn’t fairly able to be rolled out but.

In the 9 months since Halo Infinite’s multiplayer launch, the game has seen a great deal of updates, together with the addition of the semi-battle royale playlist Last Spartan Standing. The marketing campaign has additionally seen its justifiable share of enhancements, with a current community check permitting gamers to check out the game’s co-op marketing campaign and mission replay function.