The multiplayer component of ‘Halo Infinite’ may be released as a surprise tomorrow
According to several prominent leakers, the Microsoft Store appears to have leaked an early access version of the Halo Infinite multiplayer component and even Google was left a little perplexed by it. It’s possible Halo Infinite’s multiplayer will be released on Monday.
Halo Infinite’s single-player campaign remains a mystery, but the multiplayer mode appears to have gone more smoothly, with multiple public betas providing players with plenty of information about how the mode will operate. For a long time, Halo Infinite’s multiplayer has been confirmed to be free-to-play and separate from the main campaign, even though the official release date is December 8.
As a surprise for the 20th anniversary of both Xbox and Halo: Combat Evolved, Microsoft may be planning an early access release for the multiplayer component. To give one example, the YouTuber “I can independently confirm and share with you today that Halo Infinite multiplayer will be made available on Monday, November 15” boasted.
According to the HaloDotAPI, the Heroes of Reach event will begin the season one battle pass on this date. A countdown timer for Monday instead of December 8 appeared on Google at one point. According to a page for a “early access digital bundle” on the Xbox/Microsoft Store, the pre-order release date is November 15, exactly at 18:00 GMT, the same time that Xbox is holding a celebration event for its 10th anniversary.
To find out if this is true, check back in 48 hours and see whether Halo fans are celebrating and Krispy Kreme was correct all along. If not then December 8 is only a matter of weeks away!