It appears that a new listing on the Xbox Store confirms a new release date for Halo Infinite’s multiplayer.
Update 11/14/2021: It appears the original source that broke a lot of this news comes from HaloHub. Check out their comprehensive coverage here: https://halohub.gg/2021/11/14/everything-we-know-about-halo-infinite-early-launch-all-but-confirmed-for-november-15th/
On Twitter, account EvilBros shared a screenshot of what appears to be Xbox store data for Halo Infinite multiplayer.
Needless to say, this caused quite a stir online. Especially considering Halo’s anniversary is Monday, November 15th. It seems too good to be true. As with rumors, we tend to take those things with a grain of salt.
However, Pringles is running a 2XP promotion, on specially marked cans, for Halo Infinite. Keep in mind, it’s November 12th-13th when this is all coming out and Halo Infinite originally is not due to release until December 8th. If Halo Infinite were still being released on December 8th, then why would Pringles run this promotion several weeks before the game’s launch?
Brace yourself, Spartans. We may be entering multiplayer soon.
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