The 20th anniversary Xbox stream has just ended, and as a final surprise, the Halo Infinite multiplayer has been launched early. It’s available for free on Xbox and PC, nearly a month earlier than its Dec. 8 launch date.
This early launch is being called a beta, but the mode is still available to anyone and everyone who plays on either of those two platforms. The multiplayer also features cross-play, meaning friends can play together across both Xbox and PC.
Halo Infinite also supports cross-progression, which allows players to share their saves and accomplishments no matter what they choose to play on.
You can check out the Halo Infinite multiplayer trailer right here if you missed it:
If you’re looking for an overview before jumping into the fight right away, Xbox provided a ton of details on the multiplayer not too long ago.
You can check out the full recording of the stream on the Twitch channel or YouTube channel to see more of what was showcased during the Xbox 20th anniversary live stream. You will be able to see any of the many trailers or announcements that you may have missed during the presentation. The full recording will let you have a look at everything that was showcased during the event today.
- 5 Ways Halo Infinite’s Multiplayer Could Get Even Better
- New Halo Infinite Battle Pass Challenges Coming Soon to Fix Progression Woes
- Halo Infinite Gets Emotional Video About The Sacrifices Made For Master Chief’s Armor
- Halo Infinite Video Shows the Backstory of Master Chief’s Newest Tool of The Trade
- Halo Infinite Short Film “Unspoken” Expands Lore of Master Chief’s Shield