343 Industries has included unintentionally campaign files of Halo Infinite in the recent technical test published at the end of this month of July. Aware that the leaks were going to be a matter of hours, the team in charge of development has requested in the voice of one of its directors, Joseph Staten, to avoid spreading any type of sensitive content to be considered plot spoiling.
The truth is that Halo Infinite’s campaign has been completely leaked through networks; although not with graphic materials, yes in writing and with key points of the campaign. We do recommend, however, to remain very cautious with the content we consume from Halo Infinite between now and the launch of the game on Xbox Series, Xbox One and Windows 10 (PC) in late 2021.
And that’s not all. During this past weekend they have been able to know in great detail about the Roadmap of the game, including plans single player and multiplayer; Also future new game modes. From the next paragraph we will delve into detail about all these filtered content. Stop reading at this point if you want to avoid any type of content spoiler of Halo Infinite.
Spoilers: what 343 Industries has planned for Halo Infinite
To begin with, the official portal dedicated to the Halo Infinite beta confirms that we will have more than one campaign in the futureTherefore, this single-player mode will be expanded soon; it may be episodic or with the premiere of periodic content. On the other hand, a sound file reveals that there will be a modo battle royale, content of Halo Reach.
Until 343 Industries makes these contents official, we will not be able to consider them one hundred percent confirmed, but they are mentions and quotes that come directly from the technical test of the title.
From MeriStation we have already played the Halo Infinite multiplayer technical test; We tell you what we think here. Halo Infinite will be available on Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, and PC in late 2021; the date is still pending to be confirmed. We will be able to play it on Xbox Game Pass from the launch, with online multiplayer mode totally free under a business model free-to-play; without loot boxes, although with Battle Pass.