Halo Infinite Big Team, Instead of Battle Royale mode, Microsoft’s upcoming Halo Infinite might feature “big team battle 2.0” mode. At least, that’s what Microsoft insider ClubRail writes on Twitter. Insiders have proven to be a reliable source when it comes to Xbox related information. Recently, Klobrille has already talked about Halo Infinite and its release framework, and the insider has now shared some more interesting anecdotes about the next Halo release of 343.
Over the past few months, there have been some rumors suggesting that Infinite will introduce a Battle Royale mode, Halo Infinite, but according to 343 Industries, these rumors are completely unfounded.
According to Klobrille, instead of the unveiled Battle Royale mode, Infinite will offer “Big Team Battle 2.0” instead, complete with squad breeding, massive vehicle battles, and more.
Insiders wrote: “To my limited knowledge, the team is instead working on creating a ‘Big Team Battle 2.0’ mode, which is better suited for Halo, including heavily enhanced vehicle combat, team multiplication, upcoming swan drops, and many more. Other surprises in a now-deleted tweet.
This is interesting, but as with all rumors and “leaks” please take this information with a pinch of salt for now. With that, Klobrille has proven to be a trusted source in the past.
Halo Infinite slated to release on Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, and PC later this year. The exact release date hasn’t been confirmed yet. In the Halo Infinite campaign, the Master Chief returns when humankind’s fate hangs on a Libra to confront the staunchest enemy he has ever faced – the Exile. The legendary Halo series returns with its biggest Master Chief story yet. Enjoy a first look at the gameplay of the Halo Infinite campaign, captured in real-time and representing the experience on Xbox Series X running at 60fps at up to 4K resolution.