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A Halo Infinite Battle Royale mode has been the subject of rumor for some time now, but leaks from known insider Tom Henderson, whose preceding Battlefield 2042 leaks have proved accurate before now, suggests that the game mode could be a reality.
Given the huge popularity of other Battle Royale games like Apex Legends, Fortnite, Call Of Duty: Warzone, and the original king of the genre PUBG, it would seem that the inclusion of a battle royale mode would make financial sense.
See below to read the details of the leaks and decide for yourself!
Halo Infinite Battle Royale Leak Details
As the above series of tweets from Tom Henderson show, Tom doesn’t give definitive assurance that a Battle Royale game mode will be included in the final Halo Infinite release, but does claim that the Halo Battle Royale game mode has been ‘in development for years’.
It may be that this is released for free, separate to the game, or comes bundled with the main Halo Infinite game complete with singeplayer campaign; either way the two game modes are apparently connected to each other in terms of setting and also, potentially, plot development.
However, 343 Industries decide to package the game(s) – our money is definitely on the release of a Battle Royale mode for Halo Infinite in some form.
Halo Infinite Release Date
No one knows the exact release date of Halo Infinite at this stage, as no specific date has been released by the developers or publishers at this stage. What we do know is that the game will apparently appear sometime in Q4 2021. WePC’s money is on a mid-November release, but only time will tell!
Before getting ahead of oneself with excitement about the upcoming release of Halo Infinite, the biggest concern for PC gamers should be – can my PC actually play the game at good FPS? (at least to a graphical standard I would like). We strongly suggest you take a gander at our Halo Infinite System Requirements page to make sure you won’t need and upgrade before the game is released in late 2021 (fingers crossed).
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