Halo Infinite players who lost XP bonuses due to server problems last week will apparently not be refunded by 343 Industries.
The confirmation came directly from a support representative at 343 Industries, in response to a user asking if he could get back the XP Boost bonus he had basically lost when Halo Infinite’s servers went offline last week due to technical issues.
“While we don’t have the ability to give or replace XP boosts you lost during server outages, we want to inform you that access to Halo Infinite servers has been restored. If you’re still having trouble logging into games, reboot. play the game and try again “, reads the message from 343 Industries support .
Theoretically this means that even in the event of future server problems, players who lose XP boosts will not be refunded, unless 343 Industries changes some dynamics relating to these bonuses.
It would be enough, as suggested by many players, that the 30 minutes of XP bonus were counted towards the actual time spent in multiplayer games to remedy the problem, given that even in the event of server problems a user would lose nothing or just a small one. fraction of its bonus. By contrast, currently Halo Infinite’s multiplayer XP bonuses simply take real-time into account, regardless of whether a user is online or not, playing or waiting for matchmaking.
Meanwhile, 343 Industries is working on other aspects of Halo Infinite multiplayer. There were major changes to items for sale in the store last week , while with the launch of Season 2, players will be able to earn Credits simply by playing .