The Halo Infinite subreddit shows that the most popular topic is all the features the game doesn’t have
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Players on the Halo Infinite subreddit have already listed their complaints and missing features in the game, even before the campaign is released. 

The Halo Infinite subreddit shows that the most popular topic is all the features the game doesn’t have

The Halo Infinite subreddit shows that the most popular topic is all the features the game doesn’t have
The Halo Infinite subreddit shows that the most popular topic is all the features the game doesn’t have

No matter how popular a game is when it is released, gamers always want more. Take a look at the Halo Infinite subreddit and you will find that the most popular topic is all the features that the game does not have. 

The release of the game is imminent. But there are still many problems.

For example, players are not even sure if they can replay the Halo Infinite campaign mission.

Although the patch may be released soon, for now, players still want to know the exact state of the game when it is released. 

Halo Infinite has gone through much change

Halo Infinite missing features list tops subreddit before launch
Halo Infinite missing features list tops subreddit before launch

Halo Infinite debuted at E3 in 2018, when it was considered an Xbox One game. 

However, in the following years, it has undergone great changes. 

It was supposed to be launched as the first game for Xbox Series X last year. And now it has finally arrived, as the COVID-19 pandemic has extended the development time.

The game was released in a staggered manner. The multiplayer game was available for everyone to play on November 15th, and then the event was launched on December 8.

Multiplayer games are mostly well received, although it is not without problems (most of which are cross-plays that require the opt-out of Halo Infinite). 

As the campaign goes on, gamers are paying attention to what is to come. 

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A list of features Halo Infinite won’t have when its campaign launches

The current hot topic on the game subreddit posted by user DarkMoonKnight is a compilation list of features that Halo Infinite will not have when its event starts. 

The list covers issues from multiplayer to single-player games, including lack of cooperation, missing player-created works in the game’s Forge mode, etc. 

It is extensive, and over time, updates will add more content to the list. 

However, it is worth noting that the Halo subreddit is temporarily locked down due to negative effects. 

But the list is still an obvious reminder that even after extended development time, many people still think the game is incomplete.

The comments on the topic 

Many players are disappointed with the content that is not in Halo Infinite
Many players are disappointed with the content that is not in Halo Infinite

A quick glance at the comments on the topic, you can see that many players are disappointed with the content that is not in Halo Infinite. And they complain about its features and rewards. 

Some posters highlight the microtransactions of the game, arguing that the cost is too high for the rewards obtained. 

This backlash is reminiscent of earlier complaints about Halo Infinite that inspired changes in the daily challenge XP rate. 

If this movement gains enough momentum, it is possible to achieve results. 

As the campaign is about to launch, Halo Infinite reviews continue to emerge. 

So far, it seems to have won praise from critics. 

However, the critics don’t always seem to match the wider group of players. And if Reddit makes any progress, this may be the case. 

With Halo Infinite being patched, it remains to be seen whether gamers will ultimately be satisfied.

Halo Infinite is available now on Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and PC.

Source: Screenrant

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