Halo Infinite: Dataminer Reveals Spectacular news About the Game

Published 09/09/2021, 10:58 AM EDT


343 Industries’ arguably most popular franchise, Halo, launches its latest edition, Halo Infinite, right before Christmas. And most fans and gamers would love to spend their holidays, grinding Halo, just like old times.

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Recently, the developers confirmed they will implement or work on all the feedback they received from the technical previews and this has the fans on the edge of the seat, since a developer listening to the community is a rare occurrence. But it does not end there. A reliable dataminer of the game has revealed the game might launch with 23 maps. And, mind you, these are actual in-game maps.

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Halo Infinite: Are the devs really offering 23 maps?

After years of waiting, fans are a few months away from playing the all-time favorite Halo. The Xbox exclusive is one of the most, if not the most, anticipated games of the year, and 343 Industries want to make sure it is perfect.

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According to Twitter user Surasia| Ringworld, Halo: Infinite will feature 23 maps from the time of launch. Obviously, fans would love to see remakes of some iconic maps. Who wouldn’t love to battle it out in Ivory Tower again, for old time’s sake?

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343 has always shown a certain keenness to listen to the fans, and recent news about the feedback consideration of the first beta reassures fans even more. Previous launches in the franchise have also featured some revamped maps, so it wouldn’t come as a surprise if Infinite brings an old map back to life.

Surasia replying to questions about the 4v4 mode maps also suggested that players can expect a lot of variety in the 4v4 campaign.

Halo: Infinite had a quite successful first beta towards the end of July but we still don’t have a date on the next one. The devs confirmed that the next technical preview will come with the Slayer and Big Team Battle mode. For more feedback and, of course, on the community’s request, the next beta will have an increased number of entrants. As of now, all that’s known is, the testing will probably be in October.

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The campaign and the multiplayer modes will be free to play from the time to launch, and pre-order customers might be in for something big. More content-related news is expected to be announced soon.

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Tanay Grover

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Tanay Grover, an eSports writer for EssentiallySports, is currently pursuing his Bachelors of Technology. Before finding his way into the world of eSports, he worked on Social Media management. An enthusiastic football player who never played any other game except FIFA, he found his calling when he started playing Valorant and Pokemon GO.

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