The Halo Infinite multiplayer beta has just started and players are storming the servers, excited to finally play the next instalment in the legendary arena shooter franchise.
The Steam version of Halo Infinite peaked at over 270,000 players on the first day, with hundreds of thousands more playing via the Xbox app and consoles.
But, with every release of a popular and expansive online game, there will always be bugs and issues needing to be ironed out.
And now, on the second evening of the Halo Infinite multiplayer beta, players are reporting that their Weekly Challenges are broken and don't progress.
Halo Infinite Weekly Challenges aren't completing
We can confirm that the issue with Weekly Challenges is currently global. We have tested the problem ourselves, and numerous players on the official Halo subreddit are also reporting that the challenges are broken.
"I have two weekly challenges in which I can’t progress," writes Reddit user JimClothes. "Kill Spartans with the heatwave in PVP 0/1 Kill Spartans with the pulse carbine in PVP 0/10."
Other players are reporting similar problems, saying that their Daily Challenges are working, while Weekly Challenges simply don't register progress.
At the moment, the official Halo Support Twitter account still hasn't acknowledged the issue, so we can't comment on when this will be fixed, but we advise you to wait if you don't want to play in vain without progressing through your Weekly Challenges.
Your Weekly Challenges are just one of the few ways you can progress through a battle pass that many are already condemning for being too "grind-y".
Completing Weekly Challenges will grant you a special Ultimate Reward challenge, so you will definitely want to wait for the devs to confirm they are working on a fix.
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