Oh, Halo Infinite’s Multiplayer Is Now Available
Halo Infinite’s campaign will still be out next month. However, 343 Industries and Microsoft decided to release the first season of their multiplayer early as part of a Beta Test. All achievements will be carried over to the main game.
After rumors and leaks surfaced, Microsoft announced that it would shadow-drop Halo Infinite’s multiplayer this Week. However, it was reportedly almost delayed. It’s now available on Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC via the Microsoft Store.
Although the full game was originally meant to launch with the Xbox Series X/S in November last year, it was delayed by more than a year. Microsoft and 343 discussed the possibility of releasing multiplayer and the campaign separately back in November, but decided not to release the first Halo on a new console “in parts.” They are doing it now but a few weeks apart feels better than one year.
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Fanbyte’s multiplayer has been a topic of discussion for the Fanbyte staff based on early betas and testing. They were so excited that the campaign would not be coming out until 2021, they felt compelled to chill. The story mode, which will continue the story about Master Chief, will launch in a few weeks.