What you need to know
- The first Halo Infinite technical preview is currently underway.
- 343 Industries has confirmed that portions of the campaign were datamined from files and spoilers are now across the internet.
- There's a few things you can do to reduce the chance of seeing these spoilers.
The first multiplayer technical preview for Halo Infinite is ongoing but unfortunately, some parts of the campaign have now leaked. Halo Infinite Creative Director Joseph Staten confirmed on Friday that files from the campaign were datamined from the technical preview,
Hey folks, heads up: we unintentionally included a small number of #HaloInfinite campaign files in the tech preview build. Unfortunately, these files contain spoilers. 1/2Hey folks, heads up: we unintentionally included a small number of #HaloInfinite campaign files in the tech preview build. Unfortunately, these files contain spoilers. 1/2— Joseph Staten (@joestaten) July 30, 2021July 30, 2021
Fortunately, there's a couple of things you can do to help ensure you remain unspoiled for when the game launches. You can mute various words or phrases on Twitter, as well as use the advanced muting options. For a more complete firewall against spoilers, you can download Spoiler Protection 2.0. It's a Chrome extension (that also works on Microsoft Edge from the same link) that filters out results on the internet based on key phrases you decide. Do be aware that taking these steps will make it a bit tougher to follow official information on the game.
The current Halo Infinite beta dates and times originally ran for four days from July 29 through August 1. This was then extended through August 2. Halo Infinite is currently slated to launch in holiday 2021 and will be available on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, Xbox Cloud Gaming, and PC.
The next adventure in the saga
A new Great Journey awaits
Halo Infinite is the biggest Xbox game of the year by far, and based on what we saw at E3 2021, it looks like it's going to be fantastic.
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