While the initial announcement of Halo Infinite tracks back to 3 years ago, the game continues to run through players’ minds regarding what the newest entry in the two decade-old series will bring. In contrast to how the last game – Halo 5: Guardians – fans are hoping the roots of the franchise is prominent while expanding the beloved gameplay with a modern take on the game that laid the foundation for the esports scene.
This past month in June, 343 Industries pressed on the multiplayer portion of the game with brief footage of the game during the Xbox-Bethesda E3 Showcase alongside a detailed blog post on the subject matter as well. Later on, the developer in its monthly ‘Inside Infinite’ elaborated on what post-launch for Halo Infinite will bring in terms of content and events.
Of course, there is a multiplayer preview flight that Halo Insiders can sign-up for, 343 Industries continues to push. And, more than 100K users registered for the early playtest. However, as worded by Halo Community Director Brian Jarrard, many people “didn’t complete all the required steps.”
So while more than 100,000 individuals did initiate the sign-up regiment, there are thousands that did not actually complete the process to be entered for the flight test. So those that did not complete the sign-up is urged to finish it before changing that is unavailable. Perhaps with media picking up on the topic will bring attention to those affected by this.
Elsewhere previously, Xbox lead Phil Spencer spoke on behalf of the future of Halo. While many feel that Halo Infinite is the game to “make it or break it” for the franchise and the platform, Spencer explains that Halo will still be around a decade from now despite the outcome of the new release later this fall. You can read the full report by heading here.
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Halo Infinite is scheduled to release sometime in holiday 2021 for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.