I think the cosmetics are overpriced and the BP progression is still too slow.Have played about 7 hours on PC (i5-10400/2060). Play on low @1440 and get ~70fps, haven't fiddled with settings much. Still looks good at low IMO. 2 crash to desktop, otherwise no issues. Gameplay is great. Netcode seems solid (I am no expert). 3 big issues:
1. Few maps (only 10)
2. Not able to choose gametype outside of 4v4 or 12v12
3. progression is super slow (they are making changes this week), only matters if you care about cosmetics
Haven't tried ranked, I am terrible so probably won't.
F2P so microtransactions, but I am pretty meh about that, there aren't any ridiculous priced skins yet. Most are ~$10-$20 which seems like the rate for most games. Battlepass is "standard" $10. BTW: if you have gamepass and install through Xbox/windows store you get 10% off all MT, not sure if that works with steam installs.
Yeah, people were really surprised with the big team battle maps in the multiplayer, they are all in one environment that all looks very similar. People were expecting more variety like some previous games.Saw another review for the campaign again. I normally pick ACG's reviews over SkillUp's reviews because ACG comes off more subjective.
Skillup mentioned he recommends it but a lot of the video he talks about the map design being bland and basically says once you land on it you've seen it all. He also says there are only 14 missions and they all take place in fairly similar areas. I dunno, after watching his video I had a hard time pondering why he recommends it.
Seems the campaign might come off as repetitive and boring if it all takes place in the same type of areas or structures. I still think I'll get it to judge that for myself in the end.
No, though there is cross save for Master Chief Collection, so it is possible that if will be added later.I've heard the PC version has performance issues. I think I would want to buy it on steam.
But I just got an email from YouTube saying since I'm a YouTube premium member I can get gamepass for pc for 3 months for free.
I wonder if I start Halo infinite on gamepass, will the progress carry over to the steam version once the gamepass subscription ends?
Sounds like I would be better off paying it on the series x. I'll take a look at that digital foundry analysis and I'll want to know if it also supports ultrawide.No, though there is cross save for Master Chief Collection, so it is possible that if will be added later.
Digital Foundry did a good analysis of PC, there are issues. Seems like it is better on AMD cards.
For me the open world does improve the experience.I have played a bit more of the open world area now. I cannot say it necessarily improves the experience. In a way it brings some realism to the traditional Halo mission style where you need to go to the mission instead of just starting there. I think the game would be fine if you could just select the mission and start there. It does contribute to the openness of the missions though. Assaulting a base actually feels like assaulting a base as you have the entire area you walk around to plot your approach or snipe some key enemies rather than having to walk a predefined path.
Just exploring the whole area is pretty cool. You can go so many places thanks to the grapple.
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