During the Xbox Anniversary celebration, Halo Infinite’s multiplayer was shadow dropped. It’s available now, yes you read that correctly! The campaign for Halo Infinite will still launch on December 8.
Halo Infinite Multiplayer Surprised Released During Xbox Anniversary Celebration
After a year delay for Halo Infinite back in 2020, the Spartans are finally ready to hop into the battlefield. The surprise announcement was heavily rumored over the weekend, but now we can just hop in.
The first season’s Battle Pass is all about Halo Reach and earning cosmetics to look just like them. You can read more about what the Battle Pass looks like here.
During the stream Xbox also announced more than 70 games are now backward compatible such as the entire Max Payne trilogy and even FEAR. You can watch the entire stream below.
We’re excited to hop into Halo Infinite and can’t wait to fight alongside y’all or against you, who’s to say.
The game is available for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.
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