Halo Infinite launched its first special event this week in the form of Fracture: Tenrai, but while the gameplay continues to be heavily praised, the progression part of the event is getting some serious criticism.

For those who aren't in the know, Fracture: Tenrai is entirely free and allows you to claim various cosmetic content for completing specific Event Challenges, including the highlight Yoroi Samurai Armour Core. However, one of the complaints is that the majority of the 30 tiers in the Event Pass are just XP grants or challenge swaps, so there's not as much content available as you'd expect:

Another frustration amongst the community is that Fracture: Tenrai isn't just a limited-time event for this week, but will be reappearing five more times before the end of May 2022. That means you can't actually progress through all 30 tiers of the Event Pass right now, as you only get a limited number of Event Challenges at a time.

Sadly, the customisation and progression aspects of Halo Infinite aren't getting off to a good start at all, which is a huge shame because the gameplay has been almost universally praised, and we've been loving it ourselves as well.

343 Industries has promised that "the constructive feedback is being heard loud and clear" in regards to Halo Infinite's progression woes, but the team is currently getting "a much deserved break for the holiday". Hopefully in a few months' time, we'll be able to forget about these frustrations and just concentrate on Infinite's fantastic gameplay.

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