Today is the last day that you’ll be able to play Halo Infinite beta version.
On July 29th, the first Halo Infinite multiplayer technical preview had began. The beta continued to today’s date which is Sunday, August 1st, giving individuals who have been invited a limited time to try out Halo Infinite’s multiplayer features. It’s the first of many Halo Infinite technical peeks, as Microsoft gears itself to release the free multiplayer game mode later this year.
According to 343 Industries, the initial demo involves gaming versus AI bots and a bot arena to “collect feedback on Bot behavior and online performance.” This arena features three maps including the slayer mode, as well as a number of challenges throughout the weekend. “The Bots have their eccentricities, which is why we’re fighting them, but they’re no pushovers. 343 Industries cautions, “Be prepared.”
This weekend, players were able to try out the Weapon Drills mode in Halo Infinite. It’s a simple firing range where weapons can be tested before being used in arena battles. There are snipers, handguns, the classic needler, and the MA40 AR among the guns to be tested.
343 Industries is also putting Halo Infinite’s user interface to the test, including how players earn battle passes, interact with challenges, and access the game’s store. According to 343 Industries, “this technical preview will offer a reduced Battle Pass and a small fraction of the Customization choices anticipated for launch.”
The new Halo Waypoint web and mobile app, which allows you to design a Spartan and track battle pass progress and challenges, is also tested during this time. If you want to play Halo Infinite early, you’ll need to sign up as a Halo Insider and wait for an invitation to participate in testing.
The multiplayer option for Halo Infinite will be released with the narrative later this year, and it will be a free addition to the game for everyone playing on Xbox One or PC. On the Xbox Series X, the game will run at up to 120 frames per second in this mode, and will include classic game modes like capture the flag as well as new abilities like using a grapple hook to pick up things.
Tomorrow, we’re going live with the first look at #HaloInfinite’s upcoming technical preview! Hear directly from the team about what’s in store, and how you’ll get in if you’re selected.— Halo (@Halo) July 27, 2021
🕙 Wednesday, July 28th @ 2PM PT
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