There’s still a lot in the air, but there’s a chance that Halo Infinite Multiplayer will be available to play on Xbox Series X and Xbox One sooner than expected.
One of the highly anticipated launches of the year, Halo Infinite, will feature a paid version with the full campaign and a multiplayer experience that is free to play.
Separating the game in this way is a smart move by Microsoft, as it means they can continue the Master Chief story while bringing large numbers of shooter fans without the hassle of a paywall.
Add to that the fact that Day One access to the Xbox Game Pass is included, and the next Halo game looks set to be one of the easiest to play in franchise history.
And there are reports this week that Microsoft plans to launch the Halo Infinite multiplayer portion of the game earlier.
The full release date has been set for December 8, and Microsoft hasn’t said anything about changing its plans.
But a series of leaks have surfaced, suggesting that Halo multiplayer will be available to play in November.
The original report from noted game insider Nate The Hate suggested that the Halo Infinite Multiplayer release date was slated for 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 putting its servers live early.
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.
Halo Infinite Multiplayer Coming Early
However, since the information was posted, Nate The Hate has been updating the original leak on Twitter.
The new report suggests that a last-minute change has pushed back the November 15 release date for Halo Infinite Multiplayer.
No new date has been announced, but it looks like Halo Multiplayer will go live on Xbox Series X and Xbox One sometime in November.
The latest message from the NTH Twitter account reads: “Update: An 11-hour change has claimed the early rollout of Halo Infinite multiplayer.
“Original plans were to have Halo Infinite Multiplayer available on Monday, November 15; but a delay will push it back a bit – still slated for November.”
For now, all we can say is that Halo Infinite’s release date is currently slated for December 8, and rumors suggest multiplayer could go live in November.
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.
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