A Campaign Level Select is coming to Halo Infinite - It's "Challenging" to Implement

The feature is 'coming later' to the non-linear shooter

A Campaign Level Select is coming to Halo Infinite - It's

Want to replay Halo Infinite's best missions? 343 is "working" on it

343 Industries has confirmed that a campaign level select will be coming to Halo Infinite as part of a future game patch, allowing gamers on PC and Xbox to replay their favourite parts of the non-linear shooter.

With Halo Infinite moving the franchise into an open world, it has become challenging for 343 to add many franchise staples to their newest Halo game. Halo Infinite has launched without features like split screen and online co-op, Halo Forge, and other standard Halo features. Replayable missions is just another thing that Infinite lacks at launch, though these features are coming.

Paul Crocker, 343 Industries' Creative Director, confirmed that "You cannot replay missions in campaign at this point of time," in an interview with Stevivor. Crocker later blamed the feature's delay on the non-linear nature of Halo Infinite, a factor that makes a traditional mission select menu impossible. Crocker states that ""It's part of what is coming later. The main reason is because, being a more open game and a nonlinear game, it becomes incredibly challenging. It's not that it doesn't work, it's just that it's not finished."

A Campaign Level Select is coming to Halo Infinite - It's

When developing Halo Infinite, 343 Industries decided to focus on improving the quality of Halo Infinite's baseline experience before adding new features. While this means that features like co-op, forge, and mission select have been delayed, it has allowed 343 to create a game that is worthy of having these additions added later. 

Sadly, Halo Infinite's level select doesn't have a firm release date. This means that gamers may need to wait for a while before they can selectively replay Halo Infinite's best missions. 

You can join the discussion on Halo Infinite's planned mission select update on the OC3D Forums

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13-12-2021, 22:05:36

NeverBackDown
Apparently everything they do is challenging and whenever people ask about any basic previously implemented features they say it's hard to do but we're working on it


Nobody asked for excuses people just want the actual Halo experience. It's tiring to hear excuse after excuse.Quote

14-12-2021, 09:36:59

Dicehunter
Played this through Gamepass, Got it for £1, Honestly not impressed, It's very generic, Pretty graphics but the gameplay is kind of boring.Quote

14-12-2021, 11:46:29

Peace
Sidenote: Quotes and editing are not functioning. I clicked the Quote button, but I'm given a plain textbox. Seems to only be the case in Firefox. Edge works fine.


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Dicehunter said:
Played this through Gamepass, Got it for £1, Honestly not impressed, It's very generic, Pretty graphics but the gameplay is kind of boring.

Just out of curiosity: was this your first Halo game? I've played Halo Reach and the first installment through Game Pass (my first hands-on experience with any Halo game) and I couldn't understand how newer players are supposed to be amazed by these games. I get that Halo redefined shooters on consoles, but the bush bongo music, VERY slow gameplay (you can't sprint without a temporary skill wtf?) and sometimes confusingly open maps don't fit imho.
And to top it all off, Halo turns into a horror game in the end Quote

14-12-2021, 11:59:23

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Played this through Gamepass, Got it for £1, Honestly not impressed, It's very generic, Pretty graphics but the gameplay is kind of boring.
I thought the same. Average graphics albeit nice FPS, but very generic.

What I do like is the realistic magazine clips though. Unlike others with the endless run n gun concept. Then again, I was a massive fan of the original Halo. It pushed the limits at the time

And maybe I missed out on a few in the franchise, but that macho voice of masterchief made me cringe alot.

"we maybe the last 2 human beings alive"

#gruff voice enabled
"Then there is still hope" /facepalm.Quote

15-12-2021, 00:13:22

Dicehunter
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Sidenote: Quotes and editing are not functioning. I clicked the Quote button, but I'm given a plain textbox. Seems to only be the case in Firefox. Edge works fine.
Yep Firefox doesn't seem to like the sites Quote button for whatever reason.

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Originally Posted by Peace Ð View Post
Just out of curiosity: was this your first Halo game? I've played Halo Reach and the first installment through Game Pass (my first hands-on experience with any Halo game) and I couldn't understand how newer players are supposed to be amazed by these games. I get that Halo redefined shooters on consoles, but the bush bongo music, VERY slow gameplay (you can't sprint without a temporary skill wtf?) and sometimes confusingly open maps don't fit imho.
And to top it all off, Halo turns into a horror game in the end
I've played 1, 2, 3 and 4, Not played ODST, Reach or 5 outside of a quick 5 minute play at a friends, Just couldn't get into Infinite though.

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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
I thought the same. Average graphics albeit nice FPS, but very generic.

What I do like is the realistic magazine clips though. Unlike others with the endless run n gun concept. Then again, I was a massive fan of the original Halo. It pushed the limits at the time

And maybe I missed out on a few in the franchise, but that macho voice of masterchief made me cringe alot.

"we maybe the last 2 human beings alive"

#gruff voice enabled
"Then there is still hope" /facepalm.
If Infinite released maybe 10 years ago it would've been amazing for the time but for me right now it's just another generic shooter.Quote
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