A host of new information has been revealed about Halo Infinite’s multiplayer in a brand new video.
343 Industries has revealed new Halo Infinite multiplayer gameplay in a brand new video on Youtube. Check it out below:
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There is a lot of new information to sift through in the video, but the thing that has struck fans the most is the fact that players will be able to bring their own Personal Al into matches.
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343 detailed that players will be able to select their own Al, each of them will feature a different voice too. Players will then be able to personalise their Personal Al to their liking by customising their appearance and personality.
This can be done in the Armour Hall once the player has full completed the tutorial.
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The video also detailed other cool features such as using the new grapple hook to pull pickups and weapons towards you, the grapple hook can also be used to pull yourself towards enemies.
There will also be no loot boxes featured in the game and no random loot either. Equipment will be making a return and is set to be bigger than ever, 343 have assured fans that there will be tactics involved when choosing to go after a power weapon.
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It was also noted that vehicles will now have tech allowing them to be damaged in different locations, there is also going to be a ‘doomsday’ set up which when hitting a threshold will grant you a specific amount of time to decide what will happen with the last minutes on the vehicle.
Of course there will be heaps of customisation options for players across their vehicles, armour and weapons, fans will also be able to personalise the soldier by altering the voice and body type.
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Halo Infinite will also allow players to choose prosthetics for their players too, this is the first time this has been introduced across Halo titles.
There are still a host of things we are yet to find out about Halo Infinite’s multiplayer, but so far its looking good, I guess we will have to hang on a little longer for further information.
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