It’s official: Halo Infinite will make its multiplayer free-to-play, which will run at 120 FPS on Xbox Series X

Throughout the day, we have seen on the internet the rumor that the Halo Infinite multiplayer will run at 120 FPS on Xbox Series X and that it will be free-to-play. Although the source of this information did not have a particularly promising track record, he was correct: After hearing from 343 Industries and Microsoft, the game’s official account has confirmed on Twitter that everything we’ve been reading is real.

With the promise that “details will be shared later” from Halo they comment absolutely nothing more about other tracks that have arisen as a result of this matter, such as that Xbox Live Gold will not be necessary to play any f2p title. It remains to be seen whether it will be so or not.

Be that as it may, for now, we settle for knowing that Halo Infinite will not have loot boxes, but we understand that there will be some other kind of microtransaction or paid content to specify. Be that as it may, both Microsoft and 343 Industries have focused for now on campaign mode: we will have to wait a little longer to get to know PvP in depth.

Halo Infinite will go on sale later this year, along with the Xbox Series X console itself. It will include a story to enjoy alone or cooperatively, the multiplayer whose dynamics are still to be specified, and also the Forge mode that will return with changes such as buttons to advance and undo. You can learn some details about the gameplay that has already been shown in our Halo Infinite trailer.

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