With the inexorable approach of the official launch of Halo Infinite, scheduled for December 8, 2021, on consoles belonging to the Xbox family and on PC, on the web are popping up a lot of news and various information about the game.
Obviously yes, among all this talk about the new chapter in the series starring the taciturn Master Chief, we also find the dataminers who are sharing leaks and rumors about the title.
In this sense, in these hours a dataminer has revealed that Halo Infinite should have at launch a number of maps for Multiplayer mode rather large and consistent: it is in fact 23 maps, considering both those Arena and BTB (Big Team Battle). What does this mean? It means that the shooter coming exclusively to Xbox devices would have more maps at launch than Call of Duty: Vanguard.
The source of this information is @Surasia4, who shared the number of Halo Infinite Multiplayer maps in response to a Call of Duty: Vanguard tweet, as you can see for yourself below. The dataminer also points out that the multiplayer mode of 343 Industries’ shooter will be free, unlike Activision’s new title.
The dataminer also detailed the new feature he decided to reveal, explaining that the count was made by taking into account only the maps that are actually present in the game files he analyzed, i.e. those that already have well-defined assets.
The dataminer also says that this number of maps refers to the trial version that is due to be activated in October, so according to him at launch “there will be many more”.