We've seen a few rumours suggesting Microsoft's planning a surprise launch for Halo Infinite's multiplayer today. After source code on Infinite's store page suggested a pre-order release date for November 15th at 6pm GMT.
As reported by VGC, known insider Tom Henderson tweeted yesterday that he's "excited for Halo Infinite tomorrow." Microsoft's not confirmed any Infinite announcements are taking place today, but that'd coincide with Xbox's 20th-anniversary stream. While they've previously ruled out new game reveals, that doesn't exclude news on existing games.
Rumours Suggest Halo Infinite's Multiplayer Could Launch Today
However, after this store page date was spotted, Microsoft updated Halo Infinite's release to December 8. As such, there remains no official confirmation, though VentureBeat's Jeff Grubb has also advised via a tweet that this early release date is true.
Halo Infinite is launching for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC platforms, currently scheduled for December 8th, 2021. Additional content like an early access bundle and DLC packs were previously spotted too, so make sure to follow us for more gaming news and updates as it happens.