Halo Infinite release date: When does Halo Infinite multiplayer come out?
A new rumour claims that the Halo Infinite Multiplayer release date will differ from the rest of the game.
As usual, gamers have to take any unofficial news with a pinch of salt, as it can always be proven wrong at a later date.
But if this latest report proves correct, it could mean that Microsoft has some very different plans in place for Halo Infinite multiplayer.
We already know that the PvP section of the game will be free-to-play, meaning that everyone with internet access will be able to join in on Xbox and PC platforms.
Master Chief fans have had to wait years for a new game to emerge, and there could be a slim chance that their wait could be cut down during 2021.
However, it should be noted that while parts of the new Halo game could go live earlier than expected, that doesn’t cover all of it.
The much-anticipated campaign is not part of these new rumours, meaning the next chapter in Master Chief’s galactic adventures isn’t expected to kick off until later this year.
Here’s what we know so far about the most recent rumours regarding the Halo Infinite Multiplayer release date.
WHEN DOES HALO INFINITE MULTIPLAYER COME OUT?
According to a new report, the Halo Infinite Multiplayer release date is scheduled for Monday, November 15, 2021.
That would mean it would be available to play much sooner than the campaign, which has a launch date for December 8.
Indeed, Microsoft has stated that the full Halo Infinite experience has an official release date scheduled for December 8, meaning it would be a big surprise if something happened next week.
Stealth drops have happened in the past for some games and Call of Duty is notorious for setting its servers live early.
But launching Halo Infinite Multiplayer live almost three weeks early would be a huge surprise and something that has been kept under wraps without substantial leaks.
For now, we can only say that the Halo Infinite release date is currently slated for December 8 and that there are rumours suggesting multiplayer could go live on November 15.
And whatever does happen this month, all eyes will be on the Xbox Store over the next 72-hours to see if any clues pop up that could help back up 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 anniversary of the Xbox than with a birthday surprise.
“I can independently confirm & share with you today that Halo Infinite multiplayer will be made available on Monday, November 15. 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 the campaign too.
Gamers who own an Xbox Game Pass subscription will be able to play the full experience Day One, which means December 8, 2021, on Xbox One, Xbox Series X and PC.
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