Halo Infinite's Multiplayer release date revealed

Halo Infinite's Multiplayer release date has officially been revealed by Microsoft during Xbox's 20th Anniversary Livestream. 

Halo Infinite Multiplayer release date
Potential Halo Infinite Multiplayer release date leaked

Halo Infinite is about a month away and is already having a lot of promotion around, with 343 Industries uncovering a ton of data about it this previous year. However, with all the information being revealed officially, the leakers are additionally releasing some new information every now and then.

Moreover, Xbox has a strong arrangement of great titles releasing this holiday season, including Halo Infinite, Forza Horizon 5, and Microsoft Flight Simulator: Game of the Year Edition. 

Over the recent days, a few Xbox insiders have announced that Xbox is planning to release Halo Infinite's multiplayer segment during the 20th-anniversary livestream that will be taking place on November 15, and give players a huge surprise. 

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After the rumors, several insiders also gave their affirmation to it, and more proof has since then been found in Halo Infinite's Xbox Store information. Adding to the past rumors, new data have been found on the potential Multiplayer leak.


UPDATE: 15/11/21

Microsoft has announced that Halo Infinite’s free-to-play multiplayer mode will be released today via a beta as a part of the Xbox 20th Anniversary celebration.

Players have been given access to complete maps and content, along with the full Season One Battle Pass to unlock, where the progression will carry over to the main game. The free-to-play multiplayer beta has been made available now on PC, Xbox Series S|X, and Xbox One consoles.


UPDATE: 14/11/21

After the rumors and speculation, the Halo Infinite promotion Countdown has been removed from the page, and a prominent insider has claimed that there's a day in the program, however, the Halo Infinite Multiplayer will be released in the month of November only.

The store data has likewise been changed, yet there is no info on what caused this change, yet it appears that players will see the multiplayer release before the launch of the complete game, on December 8th. 



Other than the Xbox listing, a new Countdown has been found on the Pringles page, which has Halo Infinite promotion and a Countdown for the 15th of November.


A Twiter user, Adam Fairclough found a few lines of code inside Halo Infinite's Xbox Store listing, referring to November 15 that can possibly be the potential release date for the multiplayer segment of Infinite. 

Moreover, a few individuals hypothesized that the code may be referring to when pre-loading of Halo Infinite will open up, yet insiders kept guaranteeing that this was regarding the multiplayer being released on the mentioned date. 

Some other Twitter users have additionally pointed to that on the Xbox Store, the Halo Infinite Multiplayer has been listed as "Coming Soon", while the campaign is listed as December 8.

Moreover, Aggiornamenti Lumia, a Twitter user who consistently posts listings that are added to the Xbox and Windows stores before they're distributed has revealed that Halo Infinite Multiplayer code has now been changed. 

It has been revealed that Microsoft has gone into the code of the Xbox Store listing and transformed it from the 15th of November to the 8th of December. Now, this new change has ignited the fire even more, as this change hints that Nov 15 is indeed the release date for Multiplayer. 

It seems like Microsoft has tried to cover the leak in to attempt to keep the surprise for Monday, or there's also a possibility that it was a goof up and the Multiplayer is actually slated for December 2021 release.

Whatever be the case, fans should not keep their hopes high as clearly the code has been changed and no affirmation has been given by the devs till now.

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