It looks as though Halo Infinite’s multiplayer mode is set to launch tomorrow. Rumours started swirling early Saturday morning from several industry insiders, as well as leaked code on Xbox’s website that had the mode launching on November 15th.
This was quickly thought to have changed thanks to delays, but as of right now, it looks like it’s back on and we’ll be playing Halo Infinite’s multiplayer modes as soon as tomorrow. It’s important to note that this is quite separate to the Halo Infinite campaign which is still said to be launching on December 8th.
As of 1 hour ago there have been no signs or indications of a delay to the rumors of people playing #HaloInfinite tomorrow.
It’s expected that the announcement will come at tomorrow’s Xbox 20th anniversary stream which is taking place at 5am AEDT. This is a celebration of 20 years of Xbox and 20 years of the Halo franchise.
Halo Infinite’s multiplayer is set to be free to play for anyone with an Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S or Windows 10 PC. There will be a battle pass that can be purchased in order to unlock skins and such, but the core gameplay component will be free.
Obviously, we’ll be up covering the event and will be here to let you know as soon as Halo Infinite’s multiplayer does or doesn’t drop.