343 Industries has delivered a launch date for the new Halo Infinite update, called “Drop Pod”. With this update, players will be able to take advantage of new possibilities of aesthetic customization of their Spartans, but there is no lack of interesting news of another nature.
The Drop Pod update will be available on PC and Xbox consoles starting August 9 and will introduce improvements to the customization options. Cross-core headset customization will be added, meaning fans will be able to use any color they have unlocked across all five cores of Halo Infinite’s armor, allowing them to choose from many more variations for customization. New helmets and combinations of related accessories will also be added.
In addition, the patch will add new Ranked and Team Doubles playlists and will test the matchmaking functionality with selection by region that will be activated in a future update in its final version.
Taking advantage of this last novelty it should be possible to reduce the ping of your connection and consequently the general latency of the gameplay. For further information, please refer to the new post published on Halo Waypoint.
Recently, the developers of 343 Industries revealed that the open world of Halo Infinite has been scaled down from the original vision of the team at Microsoft.
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