Halo Infinite had its big day out at E3 2019 last week, but Microsoft isn’t done dropping news about the long-awaited Xbox and PC game. Developer 343 Industries has brought new details on the upcoming title.
343 confirmed in a blog post that Halo Infinite will support LAN and that the already announced split-screen feature is “up and running” already.
The company also announced that the beta tests for Halo Infinite, known as “flights,” will take place first on Xbox and then PC. The testing periods will “start small” and then “slowly expand” up until the game’s release in 2020.
The studio also confirmed that the characters in Halo Infinite will have black undersuits. This sounds like a small details, but the multi-coloured undersuits in Halo 4 and 5 gained a mixed reaction from the player base.
On the subject of armour, 343 teased the customization options, stating, “if you liked the level of armour customization in Halo: Reach, you will be pleased [with Halo infinite].”
343 also said that it has an internal team of professional gamers testing Halo Infinite’s multiplayer.
Halo Infinite is due to release in late 2020.