Halo Infinite’s technical preview wasn’t just a great exercise for developer 343 Industries to test server loads and address critical bugs. It’s also proving to be an invaluable source of early player feedback – and it’s already impacting the game’s development in a positive way.
In the technical preview, Halo Infinite’s radar would only highlight enemies who were sprinting or shooting, and operates more like a ‘Threat Tracker’ than a motion tracker in this regard.
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