Halo’s celebrated multiplayer will launch and work as a free-to-play standalone game starting this Summer on PC and Xbox consoles. A new reveal trailer and overview video have been published showing top-notch graphics, interesting gameplay mechanics, and fast-paced action combat.
About Halo Infinite: Multiplayer
Optimized for Windows PC and Xbox Series X|S, the separate and free-to-play Halo Infinite: Multiplayer will include two modes:
Arena: Fair starts, on-map equipment, and 4-player squads offer a balanced, arena-shooter experience.
Big Team Battle: Create endless combat possibilities by mixing and matching a rich variety of weapons and equipment to experience big-team mayhem that embraces the full-spectrum of the Halo sandbox.
The free-to-play model will be based on optional battle pass purchase and won’t feature loot boxes (Gacha)
Halo Infinite: Multiplayer will launch when the paid base game does during “Holiday 2021”.
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