Halo Infinite Multiplayer release date and first look revealed

The next chapter of Halo Infinite is here, arriving this holiday season

Halo Infinite

by Marina Avraam |

For a moment every Halo fan was waiting for, Halo Infinite multiplayer gameplay was announced at the Xbox + Bethesda Showcase - and it didn't disappoint.

Coming to Xbox and PC this holiday 2021 after being delayed in 2020, Halo Infinite will run on Xbox Series X at 120FPS and comes with a range of customisation options at launch, and through each season.

Halo Infinite builds on the sandbox-focused gameplay, with modern twists such as brand new weapons and additional pieces of equipment.

In order to make the Halo multiplayer less daunting, Halo Infinite will also be introducing the all-new Academy where players can hone their skills and become more familiar with the environments of Halo Infinite.

Watch the Halo Infinite Multiplayer trailer below:

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Marina Avraam is a Commercial Content Writer for WhatsTheBest, and also writes for Yours.co.uk, heatworld and Closer across beauty, tech, and lifestyle.

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