‘Halo Infinite’ technical test arrives this summer


Fans of the Halo series will soon be able to try out a playable technical test of Halo Infinite this summer before it eventually releases.

Developer 343 Industries has revealed that players can try out Halo Infinite early this summer.

‘Halo Infinite’ early release details

Many players will play Halo Infinite early, thanks to the Technical Test later this summer.

The wait has been long since 2019, when the first teaser made its way during the E3 event. Fans are waiting curiously to get their hands on the next extensive installment as soon as possible.

But due to some delay, the release got pushed ahead slightly.

However, after the recent multiplayer reveal at E3 2021, most franchise lovers are again filled with hype.

Halo Infinite will introduce lots of new features and options for the players. There will be a semi-open world campaign including new guns, equipment, vehicles, and of course, a new battle pass as well.

It was a bit interesting, in E3, to see just the aspect of the multiplayer from the upcoming entry. It means that 343 Industries is making sure to keep the secrets hidden until the main release period.

Talking about the gameplay, then Infinite will also support cross-play and cross-progression.

The Technical Test’s date is yet to be revealed from the side of the makers.

Players will have to sign up first before they can try out the pre-launch version. In simple words, you can call it the game in its beta stage.

ALSO READ: Vast multiplayer mode revealed for Halo Infinite

Upcoming games of 2021

While most gamers are waiting for Halo Infinite, others are looking forward to many new contenders.

2021 will turn out to be huge in terms of AAA titles.

When it comes to the most-awaited and potential blockbusters, there will be names like Dying Light 2 and Far Cry 6.

Horizon Forbidden West, a new Call of Duty entry, No More Heroes 3, New World, and Battlefield 2042 are also on the list.

However, the line-up expands even further with Death loop, Stray, Cyber Shadow, and Humankind.

Scarlet Nexus, Kena: Bridge of Spirits, Rainbow Six Extraction, and Little Devil Inside are other crucial launches.

Some of the recently announced projects debuting soon are Glitchpunk, The Day Before, and Etched Memories.

Coming onto Halo Infinite, again, it’s expected to be launched later this year.

What do you think about all the major games arriving in 2021? Are you excited and hyped for them already?

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