It looks like we should expect to see some of the multiplayer components of Halo Infinite during the upcoming Xbox showcase event that will take place around E3 2021. Although no one at 343 Industries and Xbox Game Studios has confirmed that this aspect of the game will feature prominently in the presentation. planned, the image of the event that was revealed seems to be so taunting

In addition to announcing its exhibition event a few days ago, Xbox released a promotional image for the presentation that featured various Spartans from Infinite Halo . However, the game’s main protagonist, Master Chief, was not included in this Spartans lineup and instead the ones we see appear to be custom models. Since unique character models like this often only appear in the multiplayer aspect of Halo games, this seems to be a little tease that we might see something like this in Infinite Halo during the showcase.

However, one thing worth noting is that we know Halo Infinite’s part of the campaign is set up to introduce new Spartan characters that we haven’t seen before. Last month, a new leak emerged that let us know that a character named Spartan Griffin is ready to appear in Infinity . At this time, we don’t know what Griffin would look like, so there is a possibility that he is one of the Spartans featured in this aforementioned image.

With that said, it’s more than likely that we’ll see multiplayer for Infinite Halo showing up at E3 for a litany of other reasons. Perhaps the most notable reason is that 343 Industries has already said in the past that it will conduct public multiplayer testing for Infinite Halo in the lead-up to launch. And if the game is scheduled to release this fall, it would only make sense that some of those alpha and beta phases start happening very soon. As such, we have to be shown some of this aspect of the title sooner rather than later.

For now, all we know for sure is that Infinite Halo is guaranteed to appear at E3 2021 in some form. As for the game itself, it’s still scheduled to release later this year on Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and PC.

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