Halo Infinite: 343 Industries shows off new armor sets, multiplayer maps

Soldier Armor
Soldier Armor (Image credit: 343 Industries)

What you need to know

  • 343 Industries has shown off several of the new armor sets and multiplayer maps coming to Halo Infinite.
  • The blog post also shows some additional images of previously-seen weapons, vehicles, and more.
  • Halo Infinite is expected to launch during Holiday 2021 as an Xbox and PC exclusive.

Several days after the reveal of Halo Infinite's multiplayer gameplay at the Xbox E3 2021 show, 343 Industries has posted a brand new blog post that shows off some of the different armor sets that players will be able to earn in-game when the game launches during the Holiday 2021 season. Additionally, some of the accessories and alternate attachments you'll be able to wear were shown off as well, including a prosthetic arm, an ordnance pack, and a large shoulder plate. Check out the screenshots below:

The developer also showed images and announced the names of several of the multiplayer maps that will be in Halo Infinite along with some short text blurbs about each one. The names of the maps are Behemoth, Fragmentation, Recharge, Live Fire, and Bazaar. You can view each of them below:

What do you think of these armor sets and multiplayer maps at a glance? Let me know. Personally, I think everything looks fantastic. Make sure you check out the full blog post for additional images of previously-seen weapons, vehicles, and more as well.

With any luck, Halo infinite will prove to be one of the best Xbox games ever made when it releases later this year. I'm looking forward to playing it when it comes to Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One consoles, and Windows 10 (and Windows 11) PCs. Notably, you can preorder the game now for $60, but if you're only interested in the multiplayer, it will be completely free. There's also a Halo Infinite beta coming in summer 2021 you can sign up to be a part of (check our guide on how to sign up for Halo Infinite's beta for more information).

Brendan Lowry

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