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Halo Infinite Multiplayer Likely to Be Confirmed for E3
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Halo Infinite Multiplayer Likely to Be Confirmed for E3 

It appears that we might expect to see some of Halo Infinite’s multiplayer components during Xbox’s upcoming showcase event, which will take place during E3 2021. Despite the fact that neither one from 343 Industries or Xbox Game Studios has confirmed that this aspect of the game would be featured at the planned presentation, the image for the event that was provided appears to hint as much.

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Just a few days after announcing its showcase event, Xbox issued a promotional image for the event, which featured a number of Spartans from Halo Infinite. However, the game’s main protagonist, Master Chief, was not included in this Spartan lineup, and the ones we see all appear to be custom models. Since unique character models like these are often only seen in Halo games’ multiplayer, this appears to be a subtle hint that we could see part of this mode from Halo Infinite during the preview.

However, we do know that Halo Infinite’s campaign will contain new Spartan characters that we haven’t seen before. Last month, a fresh leak surfaced, revealing that a character named Spartan Griffin will appear in Infinite. We have no idea what Griffin looks like right now, so he may be one of the Spartans in the image.

However, multiplayer for Halo Infinite is more than likely to make an appearance during E3 for a variety of reasons. The most important reason is that 343 Industries has already said that public multiplayer tests for Halo Infinite would be held in the lead-up to launch. And, given that the game is planned to arrive this fall, some of those alpha and beta phases could begin soon. As a result, we must see something from this aspect of the title sooner rather than later.

For the time being, the only certainty is that Halo Infinite will be represented in some way at E3 2021. The game itself is still set to release later this year for Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and PC.

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