Although it may seem like a while until players will be loading into Halo Infinite for the very first time, a new leak has surfaced surrounding the potential inclusion of a battle royale mode.
The thought of a potential Halo Infinite Battle Royale coming to the Halo franchise has been a divisive topic within the community.
Some players think that a BR could be perfect for expanding the player base while some hardcore fans think that it could be a step too far from the classic Halo experience craved by so many.
With Halo Infinite scheduled for a “Fall 2021” release date, a leaker has shed some light on whether the game will contain a battle royale mode.
Notable leaker Klobrille has stated that there will not be a battle royale mode included in the latest instalment of the Halo franchise.
Rather than a battle royale mode, the leaker claims that a mode similar to Big Team Battle will take its place.
The leaker has also claimed that the Forge creative mode will be “massively expanded” on Infinite.
With a potential Forge expansion on the cards, it would be possible for players to create their very own battle royale mode. However, gathering over 100 players to a single lobby may prove to be tricky.
It’s important to remember that this information is currently speculation and should be taken with a pinch of salt until 343 Industries or Microsoft reveals any official information.
Having missed the launch of the Xbox Series X and S consoles in late 2020, 2021 is a huge year for the Halo franchise.
Infinite is the first original Halo title to be released since the launch of Halo 5: Guardians which released in 2015.
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