Halo Infinite’s Multiplayer Will Be Free-To-Play

Despite all of the new info about Halo Infinite we got last week, some details were conspicuously absent. Namely, Microsoft and 343 Industries weren’t talking about multiplayer, which is traditionally a major draw for the series. 

Today, the official Halo Twitter account confirmed rumors that the upcoming game’s multiplayer mode will be free-to-play, making it accessible to people regardless of whether or not they purchase Halo Infinite.   

The tweet also confirms that the Xbox Series X version will support 120 frames per second – presumably compared to the Xbox One version, which likely won’t. 

This free-to-play move is a big one for a series that has earned just as much (if not more) acclaim for its multiplayer modes than its single-player offerings. When the 343 and Microsoft are ready to share more details, we are eager to hear what they have to say.

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