The next technical test of Halo Infinite is two weeks away-in order to ensure that it can properly test large-scale PVP competitions, 343 Industries invites all Insiders to participate.
Since Infinite’s last test was completely focused on the robot killer game, Infinite’s next flight will be our first correct review of PVP. Various game types will be tested in the 4v4 arena (with a new map). What’s more exciting is that we will experience the 12v12 large-scale team battle in Halo Infinite for the first time.
The next #HaloInfinite multiplayer preview program will be released on September 24! As of September 13, all fully registered Halo Insider profiles are eligible to participate. do not miss it! Go to https://t.co/3a5Xr1hUIc, fill in your personal information completely, and then prepare to take off. pic.twitter.com/9GgAQP4f6pSeptember 9, 2021
To this end, the community director Brian Jarrard pointed out that 343 needs as many players as possible to play Infinite and will invite all registered players Inside the halo As of September 13th to enter the test.
“We need everyone’s help, let’s see how hard we can push our services and infrastructure so that problems arise during the preview period instead of in December,” Jarrard Tweet“We urgently need as many insiders as possible to register and prepare to start work before September 13, because it will take a long time to complete all the other steps on our side.”
Wes and I enjoyed the last technical test, which convinced me that Halo Infinite is likely to be special. It should be noted that for me, “Halo” has always been the most beloved chaos sandbox, combining vehicles, weapons, equipment and unstable physics. Bot Slayer may be interesting, but I don’t know how I really feel about Infinite until I participated in a few rounds of Big Team Battle.
343 also indicated that it is very willing to keep the feedback from these tests in mind. Halo Infinite’s radar has been restored to its original appearance, the shield effect has been clarified, and Needler’s audio will be re-adjusted to sound more “clear”. We will definitely publish our thoughts on the next test of Halo Infinite, who knows, maybe I can give Banshee some cheeky fans before Halo Infinite is released on December 8.