As part of a webcast event, Microsoft will show out what’s featured in the forthcoming “Halo Infinite” multiplayer beta test.
The stream will start at 2 p.m. PT/5 p.m. ET and will be available on Twitch and YouTube. The webcast will provide a “first glimpse” at what to expect in the beta, according to the statement.
As previously mentioned, the first of two September multiplayer betas will begin this weekend, September 23, and will allow players to try out 4v4 Arena Slayer. The next weekend, another beta will take place, this time focusing on Big Team Battle, which increases the player count to 12v12.
Everyone who joined the free “Halo Insider” program by September 13 should have gotten an invitation to the first beta, and everyone should be eligible for the BTB test. Check your Halo Waypoint inbox and your email for an invite if you haven’t already.
In other developments, this week saw the release of the September installment of the Inside Infinite series, which offered a wealth of fresh information about the game and its multiplayer mode. To learn more, read the stories below.
“Halo Infinite’s” free multiplayer and campaign will be launched on December 8, after a lengthy delay.