Halo Infinite developer 343 Industries has posted several job listings through Microsoft's recruitment website, and that's given us a tease at upcoming multiplayer plans. Looking to evolve the free-to-play multiplayer component, players can expect more live-service elements.
As reported by GameSpot, this includes a "monetization designer" job, which tasks the successful applicant with creating "new ongoing experiences," creating the "next phases of Halo Infinite's free-to-play experience." Joining it is a "writing director" position, who'll work to create "highly innovative and engaging serial narrative content."
Halo Infinite Dev Working on “Serial Narrative Content” for Multiplayer
There's numerous forms such narrative content could take and right now, it's unlikely we'll see this take shape for sometime. Elaborating further, this listing outlined this responsibility:
Collaborate with Halo Infinite’s Head of Creative as well as other leads to create highly innovative and engaging, serial narrative content for Halo Infinite’s free-to-play. Write everything from cinematic scripts to character sheets for casting to reactive A.I. dialog—and more. Provide precise and thoughtful feedback and editorial for other writers’
Elsewhere, Halo Infinite recently received a new patch, which addressed longstanding performance issues and bugs, and there's rumours that 343 Industries are planning 10 new maps. Evidently, there's plenty to look forward to in Infinite's future, and we'll keep you informed as we hear more.