Halo Infinite: Devs Respond To Fan Complaints, Promise "Your Voice Is Heard"
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Halo Infinite: Devs Respond To Fan Complaints, Promise "Your Voice Is Heard"

Lloyd Coombes
30 July 2020

Responding to the Flood of criticism.

Halo Infinite is coming this year, but the game's initial gameplay reveal last week has left fans feeling a little underwhelmed.

After a week of being the butt of many a meme, Dan Chosich, the game's narrative director, responded to a fan complaint.

Halo Infinite Devs Hearing Fan Feedback

After a Twitter user sent a tweet to the dev, Chosich responded to try and assuage concerns.

Despite working on the narrative side of Halo Infinite, Chosich's response certainly makes it sound as if the team has taken the game's criticism to heart. While there were undoubtedly some assets and textures that didn't look great, I'm excited to jump into Infinite.

Since the game was finally shown, Halo Infinite's setting has been confirmed as Zeta Halo, and we've been digging through the footage to uncover the new weapons we saw in the gameplay reveal.

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