You can jump in and play Halo Infinite’s multiplayer today.
Microsoft recently held the 20th-anniversary event for Halo and Xbox. And during that official Livestream, Microsoft announced that Halo Infinite’s multiplayer will be available starting today on November 15th.
Halo Infinite Multiplayer was originally supposed to release on December 8th. But some recent speculations pointed towards an early release. The speculations have come true as Microsoft officially announced the release of Halo Infinite multiplayer and the battle pass season 1.
The official Halo Twitter account announced this news to the whole world. The Tweet reads,
“In honor of Halo’s 20th anniversary, your Spartan journey officially begins today. Dive into Season 1 of #HaloInfinite, in the multiplayer beta starting today on Xbox and PC!
The Halo Infinite Multiplayer is also available on Steam for free.
The tweet also talked about Halo Infinite’s Season 1 Battle Pass “Heroes of Reach”. Along with the multiplayer, players can start the progressions on the battle pass starting today. The Halo infinite multiplayer will stay in open beta until the official release on December 8th and all progression, customization, and shop purchases will carry over.
The Season 1 battle pass will last until May of 2022. Along the way, players will get to enjoy multiple in-game events with rewards and activities. The 1st event is Fracture and it starts next week with limited time Event pass, playlist, and Samurai-themed cosmetics.