In the past 24 hours, multiple Twitter accounts have claimed that Halo Infinite’s free multiplayer game will be launched on Monday, November 15, nearly a month ahead of the planned release date on December 8. November 15th is the 20th anniversary of Halo: Combat Evolved, released with the original Xbox.
this initial tweets It’s shy and unconfirmed, but when YouTuber Nate the Hate tweeted, “I can independently confirm and share with you today that the Halo Infinite multiplayer game will launch on Monday, November 15.” Again, no Continue the source, but One line of code Quoting the November 15th “PreOrderReleaseDate” from the Xbox Store adds to the excitement.The date is paired with a timecode of 6:00 PM, which is the same time that Microsoft started using GMT Xbox Anniversary Celebration.
The last confusing “evidence” that circulated was that Google showed the countdown to the announcement of Infinite Monday’s release date, but this seems unlikely to be based on internal information-Google results pages often pull up and highlight inaccurate text .
according to Halo Center, Infinite’s multiplayer server is now accessible, the first listed “Fracture” event will begin on November 23, and the first season of League of Legends will begin on November 15.
The best evidence that Infinite will launch on Monday lies in Microsoft: After hours of speculation, no one at 343 Industries refuted the rumors. Microsoft PR has not yet responded to PC Gamer’s request for comment.At the same time, Microsoft’s social media team may accidentally or deliberately Cracked Xbox official Twitter accountEither we are about to experience a rogue Cortana takeover, or this is a very strange Friday in the Xbox space.
As of 4pm PST, halo.xbox.com looks like this:
I will update this article when I have more information.