During the celebration of Xbox’s 20 years, Microsoft and 343 Industries announced that Halo Infinite multiplayer is available immediately on PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X | S.
The mode is completely free-to-play and represents the perfect birthday present to celebrate the important milestone reached by the Microsoft ecosystem. The entire 343 Industries team rounded off the celebration event by inviting players to download Season One of Halo Infinite multiplayer. On the other hand, Halo has always been the IP most linked to the history of Xbox, given that the first chapter was one of the console’s launch games 20 years ago.
The mode arrives well in advance of plans since it should have been available starting from 8 December, together with the single-player campaign. The two Halo Infinite souls, contrary to usual, are two separate releases. If the multiplayer is free-to-play forever, the single-player campaign will be included in Xbox Game Pass or available separately at full price.
The rumors of a possible early exit had spread during the day, but, in short, the announcement of 343 Industries was certainly a beautiful closing of the event and, hopefully. Yet, another act of a redemption story after the game’s postponement causes COVID and the initial perplexities due to a non-flawless presentation. In any case, the wait is now over, and the battlefield will give all the answers.
In recent months, pending publication, 343 Industries has organized a series of technical tests on PC and Console to allow players to get an idea of the multiplayer of Halo Infinite.