Leaked Halo Infinite audio suggests a Battle Royale
If Halo Infinite has a Battle Royale mode, it could pose a huge threat to Warzone, a game with little competition and a rush of problems. Fans of Halo Infinite have noticed a language line suggesting that the mode will sound similar to what players heard at the beginning of the game. If this is true, at the beginning of a multiplayer match the announcer will say that aslayer a | acaptures a flag! A Microsoft has yet to confirm the validity of this claim, but based on what we know about Halo Infinite mode, it makes sense.
Halo Infinite is the first technical preview that gives data miners access to the game file and they have found a strong hint that a Battle Royale mode is in the works. The Datamin took place during the Halo Infinite beta test and revealed a lot about the gaming process, but it has now been confirmed that we will get a Battle Royale mode. It is worth noting that the data miner files contained some scraps of ideas, but the evidence seems irrefutable, and the recent leak does not confirm that the mode will be in Halo Infinite or be included in the game at all.
Halo Infinite will have free-to-play multiplayer with many elements associated with the Battle Royale genre, including seasonal content, multiple game modes, and Battle Pass, leading to rumors of a Battle Royale mode in the next Halo. Halos Forge, a custom game mode, allows players to create their own Battle Royales in Halo Infinite, provided it is deep enough to provide enough customization. People have wondered if the multiplayer game will include a Battle Royale mode with the audio of Halo series recognizable game announcers, but developer 343 Industries has said it will not.
Battle Royale seems to be a good addition to Halo Infinite because multiplayer mode is available on multiple Xbox consoles, PCs, Cloudstreaming and mobile devices, like many popular genre entries. However, the 343 team did not consider a Halo Battle Royale mode to be a standalone game, which surprises me because Halo has an excellent formula tailored to Battle Royale. Don't worry, we will keep the spoilers out of this article, just as they were in the Halo Infinite Main Campaign leak after the launch of the first technical preview of the game.343 Industries Joseph Staten, who tweeted the leak, confirmed that we have included a small number of HaloInfinite campaign files in the technical preview and that they contain spoilers.
Halo Infinite's head of design, Jerry Hook, has confirmed that players will be able to play the campaign in split screen and online co-op mode - four players. Halo is one of the few series with a Battle Royale game in the works, and while it seems that 343 Industries is sticking to the traditional multiplayer style we've seen in previous games, that's not necessarily a bad thing. It looks like the game company has its sights set on the Halos Master Chief, who appears in the Battle Royales scene.
It's not the first time that Halo was associated with the Battle Royale genre, because Master Chief was added to Fortnite as a replica of the Blood Gulch card in Capture the Flag mode in December 2020. Notorious Fortnites leaker, fnbrleak, shared a few screenshots on Twitter suggesting that Halo's Master Chief has arrived on the Battle Royale scene and will be added to the game. The developers of Play Games were pleased to announce that Halo Infinite will support multiplayer cross-play and cross-progression when it will be released later this year.