Halo Infinite's multiplayer launch is off to a wonderful start - for the most part. Fans are blasting the game for some of its anti-consumer-like practices that were revealed in a leak.
Players have been raving about Halo Infinite's multiplayer mode ever since its surprise launch last week.
All of this attention hasn't come without criticisms however, with the game being lambasted for its slow player progression and aggressive monetization.
The cherry on top is that it seems like this is exactly what the developer said they weren't going to do.
This trend of having supplementary cosmetic items going for egregious amounts of real life money has almost become normalized in free-to-play games.
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