‘Halo Infinite’ Mister Chief cosmetics called overpriced by players

A new set of cosmetics based on “Mister Chief” has been added Halo infinite, and many fans say the package is overpriced.

Based on the character who first appeared in Bungie’s weekly updates from around 2004, the rough-and-tumble Mister Chief became a sort of unofficial mascot for the series, as illustrated by Frank O’Conner. O’Conner was originally content manager at glory creator Bungie, but is now the franchise development director for the series at 343 Industries.

The game’s official Twitter said: “You’re the absolute pinnacle of human endeavor and a perfect encapsulation of human talent, and now there’s a personal AI that matches.”

Players have taken to Twitter and Reddit to express concern about the Mister Chief package glory Infinite, not because of its price itself, but because the price seems high for what the collection contains.

The package, priced at 2,000 in-game credits (around $ 20 USD or £ 15), includes an AI, weapon charm, an emblem and a selection of skins. Comparisons have been made with voice line packets in Halo 5 costs half the price or full outfit sets in Fortnite costs similar but with extra in-game currency attached.

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Halo infinite. Credit: 343 Industries.

In 2015, Mister Chief starred in a video describing Halo 5 REQ system, which can be found here. YouTuber HiddenXperia added that “the fact that Mister Chief, the character who lectured and made fun of players for not being happy with the RNG microtransaction REQ system in Halo 5, now being sold for $ 20, is frankly funny. “

Halo infinite‘s free-to-play multiplayer part was launched in early November with quite a bit of success. However, concerns about revenue generation, playlists and game modes were at the top of player problems.

In other news, the face of Madden NFL video game series, coach and TV station John Madden, has died at the age of 85.

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