343 Industries is studying the possibility of adding microtransactions to Halo: The Master Chief Collection.
343 Industries is studying a way to add microtransactions to Halo: The Master Chief Collection , for the purchase of cosmetic items in the game. Basically the current system will remain unchanged, but the ability to buy Spartan Points using real money will be added, so that you can buy the various in-game items faster.
The new feature, still under study, was mentioned in the latest update of the official blog of the franchise, in which it was explained in detail what will happen in the future to the beloved collection of all Halo (except the fifth and Halo Infinite ).
With the suppression of the seasons, the Season Points will be replaced by Spartan Points , which will be used to purchase the more than a thousand cosmetic items in the game. The microtransactions will be dedicated to those who do not have much time to dedicate to them and still want to have certain items, or to completists: “we are internally exploring a potential new feature for the future in the form of purchasable Spartan Points.”
It is prudent to note here that we are happy with the current system of how players earn Spartan Points, by completing challenges and levelling up through play. This would be an optional, additive alternative for players who might find the vast scope of content to be an intimidating amount of playtime and want to get ahead on (or skip) the grind, or maybe want to grab specific items they want (we all have our favorites!)
For the rest we remind you that the Halo: The Master Chief Collection is available for PC, Xbox One and Xbox Series X and S.