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Halo Infinite is dropping “seasons.”

Microsoft’s flagship FPS has had a bumpy ride since its release, and there are rumors a “Tatanka” battle royale project was canceled. What isn’t a rumor is that Halo is dropping some conventions borrowed from other live service games, like marking big updates as “seasons.”

The team explains that new updates are now numbered (the next one on January 30th is Community Update 29 or CU29), while the battle pass-like Operations will give players a chance to earn free rewards for a few weeks at a time.