An official overview of Halo Infinite's multiplayer is premiering on June 14
We'll soon know more about the ins and outs of Halo Infinite multiplayer.
After Halo Infinite's multiplayer gameplay was revealed at the Xbox E3 2021 show, an upcoming video was spotted on the official Halo YouTube channel. This video is titled "Halo Infinite | Multiplayer Overview" and the description states that the video will help fans "Learn more about this brand new chapter of multiplayer Halo. The team at 343 Industries tell more about the updated sandbox, how they're building a modern legacy, and what they're focusing on for the free-to-play experience."
Based on this, it's clear that this video will go in-depth about 343 Industries' approach to developing and building the multiplayer of Halo Infinite, which is exciting. We'll likely hear the developer's reasoning for expanding Halo Infinite's Big Team Battle mode to 24 players, getting rid of team colors, and more. The video will premiere at 11 AM ET on June 14, 2021, so make sure you don't miss it!
What did you think of Halo Infinite's showing at E3 2021 overall? Let us know in the comments. We think it looks like it's going to be one of the best Xbox games ever, and we can't wait to play it when it comes to Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One consoles, and Windows 10 (and Windows 11) PCs later this year. You can preorder the game now for $60, but keep in mind that 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 for (check our guide on how to sign up for Halo Infinite's beta for more details).
The next adventure in the saga
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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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