Halo Infinite Multiplayer Is Rumored to Be Released on November 15th
Halo Infinite multiplayer rumors are starting to appear recently that it might be possibly released on November 15, or more than 3 weeks before launch.
The rumors have been circulating online for a while, and the intensity of the rumors has only started to increase as the date draws near. 15 November is also the date for the Xbox Anniversary event and there is a chance that Microsoft might make some big announcements like adding new backward compatible games and more.
One of these announcements could be an “Available Now” type of thing with the release of Halo Infinite Multiplayer for the Xbox One, Xbox Series, and PC.
Earlier, it was reported by Nate on Twitter that Halo Infinite will get its multiplayer launch on November 15. Nate then updated the tweet with a new comment suggesting that a reveal will happen on the same date, but the launch of the multiplayer is delayed.
One of the Halo community accounts talked about the servers for the game going online ahead of the alleged multiplayer launch on November 15. The files for the Halo Infinite Steam release have also been updated.
At this point, there are enough hints to suggest that something is happening related to Halo Infinite. Whether we are getting multiplayer on November 15th, or just an announcement of the date, there is not much time left to find out.
Halo fans though are ecstatic about it. The multiplayer was warmly received among the community with its various stages of early launch tests, and fans have been clamoring for a launch of the game for a while now. The full launch was scheduled for December 8 but with this new update, we might get the multiplayer earlier on November 15.
While you are here, why not take a look at the rating details and find out what resolution and frame rate is supported by the Xbox One and Xbox Series versions of Halo Infinite.