The technical beta of Halo Infinite , the new first-person shooter from 343 Industries, is currently underway , expected later this year on PC and Xbox consoles. The beta is allowing players to get an idea of the new features and style of Halo Infinite’s multiplayer mode. At the same time, however, it allows you to discover some curious details, such as the fact that bots are able to make teabags on defeated enemies.
The teabag is a movement that consists in making your character quickly lower and raise above the body of the defeated enemy. It is a goliardic way to taunt the opponent, typical of online games and shooters in the first place. The fact that a bot performs this action within Halo Infinite, however, is somewhat funny. You can see the video below.
Did the bot just…? pic.twitter.com/PYkaANHD3l
— whisper (formerly snipe.) (@reqsihw) July 31, 2021
In the comments to the tweet, other users also confirm that they saw a similar scene during their game test with Halo Infinite. This is clearly a gimmick by 343 Industries, designed as a sort of easter egg . At the same time, we must also consider the possibility that it has a practical purpose: if the bot “wastes time” making teabags, it gives us a better chance of targeting and hitting it. Perhaps the developers have combined business with pleasure.
Tell us, are you trying Halo Infinite ? Have you seen or immediately seen a teabag from a bot?