343 Industries have started to send out invites for Halo Infinite’s Multiplayer.
Halo fans have been waiting quite some time for Halo Infinite to launch, it’s been a long six years since the last instalment in the Halo series released.
This delay was to give the developers time to polish up the title performance and graphics before it was officially launched, this came as no shock as these elements in the game came under great criticism when the gameplay trailer was revealed.
The release window for Halo Infinite has faced some delays as it was pushed back to later this year.
Halo Infinite will give players a free to play multiplayer mode, this will be able to support 120fps on Xbox Series X.
The games first season is said to be set on a previous title in the series, Halo Reach which was released back in 2010.
This mode is sure to prove popular with fans as it will include a host of fan requested features such as cross play across both PC and Xbox as well as equal starts.
So, today we have seen the first invites for the technical preview go out, this will be mainly focussed on the titles multiplayer and seeing just how the bots will work in Academy mode.
This preview will run right through until the weekend until August 1, players who are eligible to participate will get an email detailing instructions on how they can get a slice of the action.
If you’re one of the unlucky people who did not receive and invite, you should make sure to become a member of the Halo Insider Program. This gives fans access to early tests of Halo games while they are in development.
Halo Infinite’s multiplayer will include Academy mode, this new mode will give new players a chance to have some time to practice with a choice of weapons and put their skills to the test against bots before going straight into matches with other players.