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‘Halo Infinite’ to Bring Multiplayer Modes to Stay, Focusing on These Matches Only Before the Year Ends

“Halo Infinite” is bringing its multiplayer modes to stay, along with new features for the game as it is still in beta, as well as it also gathers feedback from its now gamers to improve the title. 343 Industries is shaping up the release of “Halo’s” latest title to be focused more on what gamers want for the popular title, especially now that it is the 20th anniversary of the franchise.

‘Halo Infinite’ Multiplayer Modes Coming This December

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According to “Halo Infinite” and 343 Industries community manager John Junyszek, the game developers have been listening closely to the feedback of the gamers regarding the game’s release. A “Halo” playlist is coming soon for the game, and it would focus on the multiplayer modes that are present in the game, having it stay on the platform.

Junyszek said that the game developers aim to add the likes of “Fiesta, Tactical Slayer (SWAT), and Free-For-All” to the game, but will not be included in the next update intended for December 8.

Let’s talk about Halo Infinite playlists!

We’ve been reading your feedback, and we’re working on plans to add Fiesta, Tactical Slayer (SWAT), and Free-For-All playlists as we speak. They won’t land by Dec 8, but the team is pushing to get them in before the end of year 👊

— John Junyszek (@Unyshek) December 3, 2021

In addition, the known “Social Slayer” playlist is also in the works for the new game but will be available after the holidays as people are working on the three new upcoming ones already.

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‘Halo Infinite’ What to Expect for Multiplayer

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Currently, the community manager has confirmed that there would be four playlists coming to the game and it only shows that 343 Industries have a lot planned for the game’s future updates.

A Social Slayer playlist (with multiple variations) is also in the works (we see this request the most), but we won’t be able to get that one ready until after the holidays. We hope you can understand and enjoy the ones that make it in before the team takes a well-deserved break!

— John Junyszek (@Unyshek) December 3, 2021

The multiplayer beta is only starting to shape what to expect with the title, but it shows that it is here to stay for the public’s enjoyment, apart from its popular campaign mode that focuses on the “Halo” lore.

‘Halo Infinite’s’ Early Run in the Platform

The focus of “Halo Infinite” regarding its new release is the single-player mode campaign, something with which the game has been popular, especially with its compelling storylines and focus on the title. However, it does not stop there as developers are keen to add its multiplayer to be one of the focuses of the title, something which is like its rival games.

“Halo” was said to be the futuristic version of “Call of Duty,” wherein the two have always been compared and pitted together to battle out the best shooter game in the present.

The popularity of “Halo” began as it was first released for the Xbox platform and PC, something that has focused on its campaign and story, which now has a television series that is in the works.

The team at 343 Industries shows great promise for “Halo Infinite,” especially as it focuses on one of the most important aspects of gaming, its gamers, and their feedback or comments. With this, the company can improve their game and focus on what is important, something which its gamers want to see when the title progresses in the future.

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Written by Isaiah Richard

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