Fashion and personal customization in games is becoming more and more important to players. There is a certain level of satisfaction that comes with perfectly shaping the eyebrows of your next elven archer princess, or going all Frankenstein and creating a blue-skinned monster man with a medically impossible overbite. However, some games do character customization better than others. Halo Infinite is arguably in the “others” category.
The Halo Infinite Armor Core system works so that certain pieces of armour are tied to a specific armor core. Which in turn makes it impossible to mix and match armour pieces, severely hindering players’ creativity. 343 Industries has gotten a lot of flak for this and thus has decided to remove the armor core system entirely. The devs said in a recent livestream that they are substituting the armor core system for something “more flexible.”
The change is due to happen in Season 2 of Halo Infinite which runs all the way to November 7th. So, we still don’t know exactly when the change will be.
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