Halo Infinite continues its development path towards the release date, going through several test phases of which the next beta will still include multiplayer elements, in particular, the Big Team Battle and the 4v4.
After the last technical beta on multiplayer, which proved to be remarkably successful, Halo Infinite will go through a new test phase that will focus on other game modes, including the famous Big Team Battle and the 4v4 team mode, with a greater amount of content and users involved compared to what was seen in the first phase.
The new video update on the development status of Halo Infinite has presented some of this new content coming on trial for users who are part of the Halo Insider program, on which more news will emerge in the coming days.
343 Industries’ operation producer Sam Hanshaw confirmed at least the presence of the two modes in question, in addition to the contents that were already present in the previous beta, including the presence of bots and weapon drills, in addition to the first experiments with the grapple.
In the meantime, from the same video update, we learned that the release date is close, but also that the co-op campaign and the Forge will come later, while previously the unofficial information emerged that Halo Infinite will have a photo mode.