Fans are mocking this week’s Ultimate Challenge award: Since its release, Halo Infinite has introduced several goofy cosmetics. Such as a helmet with cat ears and a wide range of goods with Microsoft Clippy. Fans may have laughed at them, but the jokes make about this week’s Ultimate Challenge award.
Halo Infinite’s award for finishing all 21 tasks this week is so terrible that it has to see to believ according to a ResetEra post from The Iceman2288. Below is a tweet from the official Halo account showing the actual award.
Given that the whole image is one drab hue, the Rakshasa Sapphire Front visor does seem quite underwhelming. As Iceman points out, the award itself is difficult to see in the picture (it’s the visor covering the soldier’s eyes).
Because Halo Infinite is a first-person shooter, players won’t be able to view the reward when they’re playing.
Fans are mocking this week’s Ultimate Challenge award
Other ResetEra users are posting their complaints on Iceman’s thread in the meanwhile. For example, Launchpad said, “Just by glancing at the graphic, I had no clue what the prize was.
“It everything seems to be at the same degree of grayness.” Bulby offers this as an option: I like it if it’s simply a nice effect for the week after you do the tasks.
Although that could change in the future, gamers are now rewarded during the week of July 11 with the visor you see above.
Fans of Halo Infinite have already voiced their disapproval of the title. In addition, the Season 2 update caused a stir among speedrunners. Since it first patched out several of their most effective strategies for speedrunning the game.
Shortly later, 343 Industries’ chief of design abruptly quit the firm, raising additional questions.
The lack of campaign co-op since the game’s release is one item that could help alleviate these worries.
Fortunately, 343 is working diligently on this, and registration for the campaign co-op network test is now available.