Halo Infinite release date: When will the Halo Infinite multiplayer come out?

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A new rumor claims that Halo Infinite Multiplayer’s release date will be different from the rest of the game.

As usual, gamers should take unofficial news with a grain of salt as it can always be proven wrong at a later date.

But if this latest report turns out to be correct, it could mean that Microsoft has some very different plans for Halo Infinite multiplayer.

We already know that the PvP portion of the game will be free to play, meaning anyone with internet access will be able to join in on Xbox and PC platforms.

Master Chief fans have been waiting years for a new game, and there’s little chance they’ll have to wait less in 2021.

It should be noted, however, that while parts of the new Halo game may go live earlier than expected, it won’t cover everything.

The highly anticipated campaign isn’t part of these new rumours, meaning the next chapter in Master Chief’s galactic adventures won’t start until later this year.

Here’s what we know so far about the latest Halo Infinite Multiplayer release date rumors.


According to a new report, the Halo Infinite Multiplayer release date is slated to be Monday, November 15, 2021.

That would mean it would be available to play much earlier than the campaign, which has a launch date of December 8.

Indeed, Microsoft has stated that the full Halo Infinite experience has an official release date slated for December 8, meaning it would be a big surprise if something happened next week.

Stealth drops have happened for some games in the past and Call of Duty is notorious for going live early on its servers.

But bringing Halo Infinite Multiplayer live almost three weeks earlier would be a huge surprise and something that has been kept a secret with no substantial leaks.

For now, all we can say is that Halo Infinite’s release date is currently slated for December 8, and there are rumors that multiplayer could go live on November 15.

And whatever happens this month, all eyes will be on the Xbox Store for the next 72 hours to see if any clues emerge that could help support such an intriguing report.

An influencer who routinely covers video game leaks has backed up the report on Twitter, with Nate The Hate posting this information earlier today:

“What better way to celebrate the Xbox’s birthday than with a birthday surprise.

“I can today independently confirm and share with you that Halo Infinite multiplayer will be available on Monday, November 15th. Suit up, Spartans.”

Microsoft has also confirmed that while the Halo Infinite multiplayer will be free to play, it will also be easy to pick up on the campaign.

Gamers who have an Xbox Game Pass subscription will be able to play the full Day One experience, i.e. December 8, 2021, on Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC.

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