Halo Infinite is among the games that Microsoft will show later this month during its E3 2021 press conference, but there's the chance it will not be a huge deep dive into the game as fans expect.
Speaking on his Game Mess Show, Jeff Grubb revealed that the E3 2021 showing of the game is not going to be a deep dive into the game, as creating assets for the conference would take precious time away from development. The showing will be mostly focused on multiplayer and will cater mostly to hardcore Halo fans.
Jeff Grubb also touched upon the Halo Infinite multiplayer modes. According to the insider, the upcoming entry in the series will feature modes that players love like Capture the Flag at launch, and new modes will only be added down the road.
While Jeff Grubb proved to be reliable in the past, we have to take everything he revealed with a grain of salt. As last year's Halo Infinite big showing was focused on the single-player mode, it makes sense for Microsoft to show more of the multiplayer mode, so it's highly likely we are going to learn more about the matter in a few days.
Halo Infinite launches on PC, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and Xbox One on a yet to be confirmed release date.
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