Microsoft unexpectedly made Halo unlimited multiplayer game Live broadcast as part of Xbox’s 20th Anniversary Celebration.
As early as the December 8th release date of the game plan, Microsoft had hidden the multiplayer part of Halo Infinite, allowing fans to log in and play the already hyped multiplayer mode, nearly a month ahead of schedule. Happy birthday, Xbox.
This is a very important thing, this early release-Xbox undoubtedly hopes that Halo Infinite will have a big impact on Xbox Game Pass, if it is as popular as Forza Horizon 5 (it is on the first day Attracted 4.5 million players) services), then the company will definitely enjoy a bumper harvest in November.
Given that Halo Infinite supports multiplayer cross-play and cross-process between PC and Xbox Series X/S, this is a surprise drop that many players can enjoy-or at least start enjoying the month before the next full release of the entire game. This early release allows you to play the game on all maps in the game, enjoy all weapons and view the complete Halo Infinite Battle pass.
However, this revelation was not as shocking as expected. Last weekend, curious Internet detectives dug into Halo Infinite’s official store page and found a reference to the label “PreOrderReleaseDate” on November 15.
Once it spread on the Internet, the store’s release date quickly quietly changed back to the correct release date of Halo 5, December 8. Um.
Halo Infinite was originally scheduled to launch with Xbox Series X/S in November 2020, but after a not-so-great game show in July last year, it was postponed to 2021.
Let us hope that this little fun of Microsoft will flourish, put this series back on track, and let the game appear in consumer books again.