Surprise! Microsoft announced that the Halo Infinite Multiplayer is releasing early during their 20th Anniversary of Xbox Livestream. The free-to-play multiplayer is now available to download and play almost a month ahead of the game’s official release.
The past week has seen numerous hints of a Halo Infinite shadow drop. This left Halo fans with high expectations going into the live stream, and Microsoft didn’t leave them disappointed. A year after the originally intended release date, the end is in sight! Technically, Halo Infinite Multiplayer is in an Open Beta, but the experience is similar to the official release. The full game releases on December 8, including the single-player campaign.
That being said, this isn’t the first time we’ve had the opportunity to get our hands on Halo Infinite Multiplayer ahead of release. Colby had the chance to check out the game in July’s Tech Preview. We also had another chance to play the game during the Xbox Insider’s Closed Beta, last month.
Having installed the game and played it myself, I can say that I’m having a fantastic time. Halo Infinite Multiplayer seems to be running smoothly and I’ve not encountered any bugs, however, I’m finding the game’s battle pass progression, and leveling system questionable.
There’s a number of ways you can install Halo Infinite’s free Multiplayer. It’s available on Game Pass, Microsoft Store, or via Steam. When using Microsoft Store, or Steam ensure that you select the free-to-play version to access the multiplayer.
Get ready Spartans! It’s time to get playing and see what you think for yourself!
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