Halo Infinite Multiplayer Free Public Beta Now Available for Xbox and PC Users


Halo Infinite multiplayer is now available as a free public beta. Microsoft surprised Halo fans by announcing an early launch of the multiplayer component – days before the release of Halo Infinite which launches on December 8. The new experience has been provided to Xbox users as well as PC users. Due to its beta nature, the multiplayer version has some issues that are known to the developers and should be fixed in the coming days.

Following the new announcement, you can experience Halo Infinite’s cross-platform multiplayer on your Xbox One, Xbox Series S | X, or PC. You can install the new offering on an Xbox console by going to the Store app. On a PC, it can be installed for free using the Xbox app for Windows.

Some users first encountered issues with the multiplayer version. However, the Halo support team informed to restart the Xbox console or app on PC after downloading the game to overcome the issues. You can also file a Halo support ticket if you have any issues.

It’s important to note that Halo Infinite multiplayer requires gigabytes of data. So you should need a stable internet connection to download the beta version.

The latest beta includes a total of eleven different multiplayer modes between Arena and Big Team Battle. Each mode also has distinct challenges and victory conditions.

Microsoft’s 343 Industries, the developers of Halo Infinite, initially previewed multiplayer in July. It also brought its preview for Xbox users in September. However, the exact details of the release of the multiplayer offering have not been announced until now.

With the early release of Halo Infinite comes the celebration of Xbox’s 20-year debut. The game console was released alongside Halo: Combat Evolved – the first release in the series – on November 15, 2001.

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Jagmeet Singh writes about consumer technology for Gadgets 360, in New Delhi. Jagmeet is a senior reporter for Gadgets 360 and has written frequently on applications, computer security, internet services, and telecommunications developments. Jagmeet is available on Twitter at @ JagmeetS13 or by email at jagmeets@ndtv.com. Please send your tips and advice. Following

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