Halo Infinite Multiplayer Gameplay Revealed At E3 2021 (VIDEO)

Halo Infinite

Though taking off a year after originally planned, Halo Infinite has been shaping up quite well in players’ eyes as the game receives a regular output of status updates from developers. While the single-player campaign has been featured in gameplay videos before, multiplayer has yet to be significantly shown in action. However, with the annual E3 2021 proceedings, it looks like Xbox and 343 Industries have finally given the online mode its due.

Revealed during the big Xbox and Bethesda Showcase, a nice bit of Halo Infinite multiplayer was shown off, depicting the newest iteration of the fast-paced and competitive mode. Among all the chaotic firefights, players can be seen donning their own custom armor configurations and utilizing a number of weapons to get the upper hand on the battlefield, including various firearms, large melee clubs, as well as Infinite’s nifty new grappling hook. Check it out below.

Though this is the first substantial look at gameplay we’ve seen so far, a number of details have already been revealed regarding Halo Infinite multiplayer. We know the online component is set to adopt a free-to-play model and will feature support for framerates as high as 120 fps. There’s likely still much more to know regarding multiplayer, but such details will likely be revealed in the months leading up to release. Perhaps we’ll even get a solid launch date in that time.

Halo Infinite releases Holiday 2021 for PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

What do you think? Are you loving how Halo Infinite multiplayer is looking or are you more looking forward to the single-player campaign aspect of the game? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter and Facebook to be informed of the latest gaming and entertainment news 24 hours a day! For more E3 headlines recently featured on DFTG, check out these next few news stories:

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