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Beloved Halo modes coming to Halo Infinite: Multi-Team, Grifball, more

Although they were missing from launch, a number of fan-favorite Halo modes are returning to Halo Infinite including multi-team.

Published Wed, Dec 29 2021 5:17 PM CST   |   Updated Thu, Jan 20 2022 5:47 PM CST

Missing from launch, iconic Halo game modes like Grifball, Multi-Team, and King of the Hill are returning to Halo Infinite.

Beloved Halo modes coming to Halo Infinite: Multi-Team, Grifball, more 6 |

Dataminers have uncovered new medals in Halo Infinite that confirm old-school modes are making a comeback. While Halo Infinite launched without a slayer playlist (that's since been remedied), it's still missing a bunch of gametypes like Grifball, King of the Hill, and the legendary Zombies. Apparently that's going to change, too.

The medals are succinctly named to match their respective gametypes; clash of kings is obviously tailored to King of the Hill, and Undead Hunter can really only mean one thing. Oh, and multi-team was also confirmed by dataminer HaloDotAPI who just today discovered two new teams: Valkyrie and Hades, which join the existing Eagle and Cobra teams.

The leaked medals include:

  • Clash of Kings
  • Interception
  • Reclaimer
  • Saboteur
  • Secure Line
  • Signal Block
  • The Sickness
  • Undead Hunter
  • Watch the Throne
  • Zombie Slayer
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