Microsoft is very cautious and measured in sharing information about the upcoming Halo Infinite game, providing only basic information during its online events. Sometimes, however, other sources allow shedding light on this project. Sometimes they can be very unexpected.
This time, another piece of information about the game Halo Infinite was revealed by the Irish toy seller Smyths Toys. First, it mentions “significantly reduced load times”. This is not surprising given the high-performance SSD in the Xbox Series X game console. Second, the game will be able to deliver 120 frames per second on the same console. Microsoft and 343 Industries have previously confirmed up to 4K / 60p for Xbox Series X. Finally, a source mentions a free multiplayer game. This statement looks amazing and raises related questions. For example, have the developers decided to use a Warzone-like approach and split the multiplayer mode into a separate client?
Halo Infinite is expected to launch in late 2020 simultaneously for Xbox One and Xbox Series X consoles and Windows 10 computers. From day one, the game will be available to Xbox Game Pass subscribers.