All Halo Infinite Multiplayer Maps & Game Modes

Here’s everything about Halo Infinite Multiplayer Maps and Game Modes you need to know before going into your Spartan duties.

Halo Infinite’s is now available as Beta with a full release coming on 8th December. So far, it seems Halo Infinite is spelling a return to the days of classic Halo multiplayer. Just as the fans demanded, Halo Infinite retained the old Halo feel and play while introducing some new features that too were welcomed with great satisfaction. Right now Halo Infinite is trending almost everywhere and loved by both old and new gamers. The free-to-play multiplayer further sealed the deal.

Till now, Halo Infinite Multiplayer has quite a collection of interesting and diverse maps. Along with the classic Halo game modes. For this guide, we list out all the maps and game modes available now in Halo Infinite.

Halo Infinite Multiplayer Maps

As of now, Halo Infinite offers 10 multiplayer maps, which have their own uniqueness. Both in terms of gameplay and visuals.

Aquarius

Halo Infinite Maps Modes
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Aquarius is the signature arena-style map that is a staple in all first-person shooters, or any multiplayer shooters. Narrow long corridors on the sides along with open spaces in the middle make sure every firefight is thrilling and fast-paced. A perfect map for anyone looking to settle a score. Aquarius has no vehicles.

Bazaar

Halo Infinite Maps Modes
credits: 343industries

Bazaar is another arena-style map with an open street market theme. As the name suggests. But unlike Aquarius, it offers a much more open environment. Allowing for more mobility and longer-ranged battles. This map is always full of chaos and explosions. Bazaar has no vehicles.

Behemoth 

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credits: 343industries

Behemoth is one of the larger maps in Halo Infinite. A structure stands in between that consists of mostly long and narrow corridor-like paths. So you know things get fast-paced here. This structure is surrounded by open plains. This map contains vehicles for game types that support it such as Big Team Battles. Moreover, Capture the Flag is especially enjoyable on this map.

Deadlock

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credits: 343industries

Deadlock is one of the largest maps in Halo Infinite. Big Team Battles feel great on this map for its variety of structures and land formations. Lush forests, plains, hills mixed with caves and rocks ensure all types of players can have fun here. Run and gunners, marksmen, snipers, the ones that love vehicles. Deadlock is a true Halo multiplayer battlefield.

Fragmentation

Halo Infinite Maps Modes
credits: 343industries

Fragmentation does not only look beautiful but it is also extremely fun to play in. The combination of the open-ended map with the elevated ground from hills and rock formations makes this map a sniper’s heaven. Vehicles are available on this map and it is rather essential to traverse without getting ambushed. It is very similar to Valhalla and Blood Gulch.

Highpower

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credits: 343industries

Like Fragmentation, Highpower is also a sniper’s heaven. Thanks to its high buildings, and hills. While Fragmentation is mostly forests and hills. Highpower has two bases for each tame but the maps are divided by a wall. Players have to go around or climb over to get past. This map is always full of chaos and pure Halo bliss.

Launch Site

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credits: 343industries

This map will always keep you on your toes, and to top opponents who have to have great awareness as tricky corridors and chokepoints in this map means someone will always surprise you with a shotgun or a gravity hammer. Perfect for players who love the adrenaline rush. Old players will notice similarities with Countdown from Halo Reach.

Live Fire

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Live Fire is another arena-style map but it is a bit larger in size than the rest and more open. Furthermore, it also offers narrow spaces and chokepoints indoors for run and gunners; in addition to some elevation for long-range gunners. Takes place in Avery J. Johnson Academy of Military Science.

Recharge

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A recharge takes place inside a facility. This map is a complex map with halls, corridors, and corners. Additionally, it also focuses on vertical movement. So grappling hooks, grenades are common here. Occasionally you’ll see the rampaging Energy Sword wielder carrying the game.

Streets

credits: 343industries

Streets as the name suggests are in the middle of the urban city setting. With great lighting and street colors that contrast well with the darkness of the night. Although this map in size is like the average arena-style map, the mixture of elevated grounds with narrow streets and an overall complex layout makes this map feel huge.

Firefighting here will always be fast-paced and hectic.

All Halo Infinite Game Modes

Like previous Halo games, Infinite groups different game modes with different playlists as well as maps. Furthermore, there are 5 playlists in the game with 7 game modes.

  • Capture The Flag: Secure your Team Flag and capture your enemy’s flag.
  • Slayer: Team Death match
  • Total Control: Teams must secure 3 points on the map simultaneously to win.
  • Stockpile: Power seeds will spawn on the map. Retrieve 5 of them to base to score and win.
  • Oddball: A Skull spawns in this game mode. Hold the skull to gain points, while your teammates protect you. The team with the most score till round ends or reached maximum score wins.
  • Strongholds: Capture 2 of the 3 points to score points. The team with the most score till round ends or reached maximum score wins.
  • One Flag CTF: This is similar to CTF, but there is only one flag. One team has to defend it while the other has to attack.

The playlists

  • Big Team Battles: Largescale 12v12 battles take place here. This mode only takes place in large maps. Can consists of various game modes, such as Slayer and Capture the Flag.
  • Event Playlists: This playlists runs during special events that hosts special game modes as well as rewards.
  • Quick Play: This is the standard casual 4v4 match ups.
    • Capture The Flag: Aquarius, Bazaar, Behemoth
    • One Flag CTF: Launch Site
    • Oddball: Live Fire, Recharge, Streets
    • Slayer: Aquarius, Bazaar, Behemoth, Launch Site, Live Fire, Recharge, Streets
    • Strongholds: Live Fire, Recharge, Streets
  • Bot Bootcamp: This playlists pits players against bots. Great for some warmups and practice.
    • Capture The Flag: Aquarius, Bazaar, Behemoth
    • Oddball: Live Fire, Recharge, Streets
    • Slayer: Aquarius, Bazaar, Behemoth, Live Fire, Recharge, Streets
    • Strongholds: Live Fire, Recharge, Streets
  • Ranked Arena: This playlist offers competitive ranked matches with its own ranking system. Ranked matches takes place across several game modes and maps on a 4v4 foramation. You can cross-play, go with squads or even solo queue.
    • Capture the Flag: Aquarius, Bazaar, Behemoth
    • Oddball: Live Fire, Recharge, Streets
    • Slayer: Aquarius, Bazaar, Live Fire, Recharge, Streets
    • Strongholds: Live Fire, Recharge, Streets.

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