Halo Infinite multiplayer will officially launch today claim rumours

Insiders believe one of the announcements at today’s Xbox 20th anniversary stream will be an early release date for Halo Infinite’s multiplayer.

Microsoft has already set expectations for the Xbox 20th anniversary livestream taking place later this afternoon, stating that there will be no new game announcements. So, don’t expect to see that rumoured Wu-Tang Clan game during proceedings.

However, rumours are circulating that there will be one major reveal related to Halo Infinite. Specifically, that the game’s multiplayer mode will release today, several weeks before the official launch date.

On November 11, HaloDotAPI, a known Halo leaker, posted key art for Halo Infinite’s multiplayer with the tagline ‘Heroes of Reach – November 15, 2021’ on Twitter. As a reminder, Heroes of Reach is the name of the multiplayer’s first season of content.

In addition, earlier today, several players discovered that codes they received for Halo Infinite content unlocks, like armour and cosmetics, had been redeemed. Considering the full game is still a few weeks away, many see this as further evidence of the multiplayer releasing in the very near future.

Players are now finding armor / cosmetics unlocks that have appeared as redeemed (presumably automatically by 343i’s systems) in their https://t.co/ttlAryjvVR accounts. Details how to find this in next tweet. #Halo #HaloInfinite #Xbox20 pic.twitter.com/8T8h3bOSLi

As Henderson states, it’s always possible for plans to change at the last minute, but it might be worth keeping an eye on today’s anniversary stream so you don’t miss a potential official confirmation.

Speaking of the stream, it’s speculated that another of the announcements will be for improved backwards compatibility for select Xbox 360 games, due to several of them (including a few Bethesda titles) suddenly receiving new updates.

Halo Infinite releases for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC on December 8.

As of 1 hour ago there have been no signs or indications of a delay to the rumors of people playing #HaloInfinite tomorrow.

Microsoft is known for changing things last minute, but up until now… pic.twitter.com/CoeaOX18Z9

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