Microsoft teased Halo Infinite at E3 2018 for Xbox One and PC. It didn’t reveal a lot of details about the title except that it’s going to be a new story that’s centered around Master Chief and that it will continue with the storyline following the events of Halo 5. If a new report is to be believed, Halo Infinite will be launched with the single-player mode only.


Halo fans don’t have to worry about the title not having a multiplayer component. The report says that the game will be launched with the single-player mode only and that the multiplayer component will be added at a later date. However, they may have to wait for some time for the mode to arrive.

The report claims that when Halo Infinite launches in 2019, it’s only going to come with its single-player campaign mode and that players will have to wait until 2020 at least to get the multiplayer mode.

Why the split? Apparently, it’s due to the new SlipSpace engine that’s being used by the game. The developer will likely look for potential issues after the game is released with its single-player mode and addressed them, if any, before rolling out the multiplayer component.

This hasn’t been confirmed so far by Microsoft, though, so take the information with a grain of salt until there’s more to go on.

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