After intentionally delaying Halo Infinite for over a year, 343 Industries is ramping up its efforts to test the game and give audiences a taste of what's to come. Now, the studio is gearing up for a second playtest for Halo Infinite and it's coming a lot sooner than most people think.
When is the next Halo Infinite multiplayer preview?
The next #HaloInfinite multiplayer preview is targeted to arrive on Sept. 24! All fully registered Halo Insider profiles as of Sept. 13 are eligible to participate.
— Halo (@Halo) September 9, 2021
The next Halo Infinite multiplayer preview will kick off on September 24. To join, 343 explains that all users need to do is have a fully registered Halo Insider profile before September 13. From there, 343 will choose who to invite from the list of eligible accounts.
With only two weeks separating between now and the chance to see how much progress 343 has made on Halo Infinite, fans are undoubtedly excited. It's worth noting that this is the second preview 343 Industries has done for Halo Infinite. The first Halo Infinite technical preview ran from July 29 through August 1, with 343 promising to do at least one more following the rocky start to the first one.
After much speculation and rumors, earlier this year 343 finally announced that Halo Infinite will launch on December 8. The game will come a little over a year after Halo Infinite was promised as a launch title for the Xbox Series S/X. Despite the game's long delay, 343 confirmed that the latest Halo installment is not going to be complete from the get-go. The game won't have a campaign co-op or a Forge mode until later in 2022.
Speaking of launch, an earlier leak from a reputable data miner claims that Halo Infinite will have 23 maps available from the start. Dataminers have found other unannounced details about Halo Infinite as well. This includes everything from a photo mode to helmets.
There is also a rumor floating around that Halo Infinite and Destiny 2 will cross over at some point, although this one doesn't come with any solid proof.
With Halo Infinite not due to launch for a few months, we can expect the rumor mill to keep on churning out more Halo-related intel before we finally get the game in our hands.