With the surprise publication of the multiplayer Beta of Halo: Infinite, the adventure of gamers has officially started in the highly anticipated new chapter of the Microsoft saga.
Until next December 8, 2021, Day One of the exclusive PC, Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S, the public will have the opportunity to test first-hand this pre-launch incarnation of the multiplayer sector. After that, it’s time to get your hands on the definitive version of the next Master Chief adventure. At the same time as this surprise, 343 Industries also announced some changes to the post-launch support roadmap, with Season 1 of Halo: Infinite being extended.
Season 1 of the title will run until May 2022: a choice that will offer 343 Industries time to perfect every aspect of Season 2, without compromising on quality or developer well-being. To compensate for the expansion of Season 1, the development team has introduced some additional events within it. For example, for the entire first week of the Beta, Halo: Infinite players will be able to unlock special content dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the Halo series. Then, from November 23, the Fracture: Tenrai event will start, during which it will be possible to obtain Samurai-themed weapons and equipment.
The 343 Industries team also reassures the public about the future roadmap, promising that in January 2022 all the details on the launch of Co-Op and Forge in Halo Infinite will be offered. At the same time, new information will also be presented on the calendar of Season 1 and the debut of Season 2. In the meantime, concludes 343 Industries, players will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the single player campaign of Halo: Infinite, while the developers will enjoy a little ‘of well-deserved rest during the Christmas holidays.