The first test period of Halo Infinite, also known as flight test, received positive feedback from players. From “no” tea bag robots to smooth gun battles, Halo fans seem to really enjoy playing games, but now is the time to take them seriously. Gone are the bots for the next Halo Infinite multiplayer beta, and we have new details to talk about before we start later this month.
343 Industries allows interested players to learn about the upcoming flight test in advance. This is the next early access period that Halo fans can learn more about. The upcoming competition period will begin on September 24, and the deadline for registration is September 13.To make sure you don’t miss the multiplayer experience, be sure to check out the Halo Insider Center here About how to register.
So what is different for the next flight test? 343 Industries previously updated Halo fans about their expectations for the next multiplayer access period, promising to provide actual PvP in 4v4 Slayer and Big Team Battle. “Another large-scale flight like this invites more people. We will include the same content as this time-robot and weapon exercises-but we also aim for the full version of 4v4 PvP action and we want to do more Big, and own Big Team Battle,” said live producer Sam Hanschaw. “So, these are our goals for the next flight.”
In addition to the extended experience, what’s different this time is that we now actually have a release date! Halo Infinite will officially arrive on December 8, just in time for the holidays, but it will not include campaign cooperation or Forge when it is released. To understand the reasons for these reductions, you can view our previous report here.
Are you excited before Halo Infinite arrives in December this year? What are your thoughts on the first flight test? Give your thoughts in the comments section below, and Craig the Brute will hope you do.