After the community expressed dissatisfaction with Halo: Infinite’s in-game kickback, 343 Industries will overhaul this aspect of the game. Jerry Hook, a prominent member of the development team, made the announcement on Twitter.
There are two main reasons for the excitement surrounding the store. First of all, the price – a full set of armor will easily set you back two tens – but so does the bundles. Many cosmetic sets can only be bought as a whole, which doesn’t make sense if you only want to put on the helmet, for example.
For this reason, the offer will change weekly starting next Tuesday, items will be offered individually in a bundle and the prices will be reduced. Is that enough to satisfy disappointed players? We will see.
Starting Tuesday, the shop experience will vary from week to week. We’re focused on lowering prices across the board, offering stronger values in our bundles, starting to drop individual items from bundles, and more.
— Jerry Hook (@hookscourt) January 15, 2022