13 Jun 2021 3:10 PM +00:00 UTC

Halo Infinite Drops Trailer with Its First Ever Free-To-Play Multiplayer Experience

The highly-anticipated Halo Infinite is finally here and it gets more exciting as a new trailer has been released on the second day of the E3 2021 event during the Xbox game showcase introducing its first ever free-to-play multiplayer experience in the largest environment ever built for the game.

Halo Infinite has been delayed as it was supposed to be released in November 2020 and it is finally arriving for the holidays this year with the greatest challenge ahead for Chief John-117 as he meets a new AI, definitely not Cortana, to save humanity. The game will be available in multiplayer mode and it would be a free-to-play game encouraging more players to join the Spartans in the largest sci-fi world for Halo.


On the 20th anniversary of the Halo series, the sixth installment, Halo Infinite opens up the world showing a variety of maps and the return of familiar vehicles like Ghosts and Warthogs. Expect more from the Big Team Battle and Arena of the series' sandbox-driven gameplay, and a lot of new and unique modes you can choose to your liking. The game is also upgraded as you can play it on Xbox Series X in 120FPS.

Get excited for the holidays this year as it would be available and optimized for each device, whether on PC, Xbox One, or Xbox Series X/S. The game would be a cross-play and cross-progression so better be sure not to get knocked off the Halo ring's edge as you may fall to your death.

Halo Infinite will be released this holiday and it would be on Xbox Game Pass Day One. Are you ready?

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