The creators of the Halo The Master Chief Collection thought
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The creators of the Halo: The Master Chief Collection thought about microtransactions, but fans didn’t

Microsoft’s own studio 343 Industries in more recent release On the official Halo Blog website, she mentioned that she’s thinking about adding microtransactions to the Halo: The Master Chief Collection.

    Image source: Xbox

Image source: Xbox

Keep in mind that Halo: The Master Chief Collection evolves according to the season system, but with the next patch, content updates will be referred to as series. As part of the same initiative, Season Points will be renamed to Spartan.

Season/Spartan Points are awarded for completing challenges, leveling up, and spent on unlocking customization items. The latest in Halo: The Master Chief Collection has accumulated more than a thousand since launch.

    At the same time, the developers note that they are quite satisfied with the current system of distributing season points

At the same time, the developers note that they are quite satisfied with the current system of distributing season points

For collectors and those who don’t have time to open all of these things directly, 343 Industries is considering the possibility of purchasing Spartan glasses for real money in Halo: The Master Chief Collection.

“This would be an optional, additional alternative for those who are intimidated by the game time required to cover all this content and who want to speed up (or skip) the grind or get a specific item.”explain the developers.

    More details on potential microtransactions will be shared in the future

More details on potential microtransactions will be shared in the future

As expected, Halo fans greeted the news with hostility: in the comments Reddit challenge 343 Industries to change their minds, change their season point earning system instead, or stop development of the collection altogether.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection includes Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2: Anniversary, Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST, Halo: Reach and Halo 4. In 2014 the collection debuted on Xbox One and in late 2020 it reached full PC (Steam) .

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