After players reported issues with unbalanced teams in Halo Infinite, 343 Industries will fix issues with Ranked pairing in the future.
Multiplayer for Halo Infinite was unexpectedly released on November 15, allowing fans to jump into a variety of game modes. While the multiplayer suite offers several exciting game modes for players to explore, such as Casual Quick Play and Chaos Great Battle, which also has a competitive playlist for those who want a challenge. Unfortunately, players have encountered issues related to the rating system for the game.
When Ranked Arena in Halo Infinite supposed to provide games that match evenly, more and more fans are starting to believe that the system needs to be improved. In many games, players of unequal skill are combined in the same corridor. Recently, these problems have caused experts Halo Spaniard Ricky “LxthuL” took to Twitter to express his frustration with matchmaking. “Pair all players of the same rank together,” he said. For now, he claims that matchmaking is only meant to balance the teams, meaning that a high-level player can be compared to a player of a significantly lower rank. Luckily, it looks like help is on the way for those weary of the current system.
Following recent complaints from LxthuL and other members of Halo Infinite community, 343 Industries announced that changes will be coming to Ranked Matchmaking. In a tweet replying to LxthuL, community manager John Junyszek for Halo, said that the development team had heard the frustration of the player base and that they agreed that something needed to be done.
According to Junyszek, the development team is starting to investigate the unfair matches that players have experienced in multiplayer ranked games. In addition, he also noted that more information on how the developers intend to solve the problem will be revealed in the future. While no date has been given for a fix, it does appear to be a high priority for the developer.
This isn’t the only issue that the developers at 343 Industries have been addressing over the past few days. Recently, more and more players are reporting about cheaters and Hackers infiltrate the multiplayer part of Halo Infinite. Additionally, the company is looking to address criticism from fans about the slow progress in Battle Pass Season 1.
While these issues affecting multiplayer are certainly of concern to many fans, it’s nice to know that the developers seem committed to solving these issues. Halo Infinite enjoyed enormous success following its multiplayer release, with the game even becoming top free-to-play titles on Microsoft Store. Hopefully the developers can resolve the many community complaints regarding the game so that fans can continue to enjoy the game.
Halo Infinite released on December 8 for PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S. Multiplayer beta is available now.
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