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Long ago we predicted Halo: would be infinite Monetized with optional in-game cosmetic skins. According to John Junyszek, 343i’s Community Manager, this microtransaction store will feature vehicle / gun skins and armor coatings – a new seven-layer color scheme system similar to Destiny’s armor shaders.
“While deviating from the old color system was a difficult task, we were able to be more detailed and variable with armor colors, materials, patterns, etc. You’ll look great in Halo Infinite. “ Said Junyszek.
“There will be all kinds of customization items (including coatings) that can be earned in-game and earned as special rewards. Will there be purchases? For sure. Is that the only way Absolutely not.”
The coating system has been widely criticized by long-time fans who now have to grind to unlock colors and match their Spartans. The real reason for shifting is to increase the pool of rewards and maximize engagement. The more rewards you can unlock while playing, the more enticing the microtransactions become. Expect Infinite to have a straightforward mTX storefront that allows you to purchase skins directly instead of loot boxes.
The more you play, the more engagement it generates and the more likely it is for players to purchase in-game items.
That being said, the in-game rewards are likely to be random. This allows you to play with the 343i for as long as possible, handing out skins – armor coatings, weapon customizations, and vehicle designs – as you level up in the game or perform certain in-game achievements.
Here’s how 343i explains the armor coating system:
“The paint is now baked into the coating along with materials and patterns, replacing the primary / secondary armor color options used in previous games. While we understand that many players like the previous paint system, we are. ”I am delighted with the breadth and breadth of armor, weapon, and vehicle customization options that will be available in Halo Infinite due to the coating system. ”
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