New reports say Halo Infinite will release in September 2021 on Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC, complete with a new online network with ambitious multiplayer.
Halo Infinite could beat Call of Duty and Battlefield to the market with a strategic September launch. According to YouTuber Colteastwood, Halo Infinite will release in in the pre-Holiday calendar Q3 period, likely to avoid congestion from big slate set for the latter half of the year.
Eastwood also echoes rumors that Halo Infinite's multiplayer could be the biggest yet with its new Halo Infinite Online ecosystem, which incorporates F2P with the premium game. Infinite Online will have a unique hybrid MP mode with co-op and competitive that's described as Battlefield Conquest meets Big Team Battle and traditional battle royale.
343 Industries has yet to confirm or announce any key Halo Infinite multiplayer details, but that will change shortly during Microsoft's huge E3 2021 event planned for Sunday, June 13 at 1PM EST.
- Halo Infinite: cross-gen cross-play, cross-progression on PC and Xbox
- 343 is going all out with Halo Infinite's PC port
- Halo Infinite is basically an RPG, but it won't have crafting systems
- New mystery Halo Infinite equipment can send players flying off maps
- Halo Infinite will have 'premium paths', but no randomized lootboxes
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