Halo Infinite further expands the scope of his dress rehearsal with the next session multiplayer beta, set from 1 to 3 October, which will be open to all Xbox Insider users and perhaps also to all PC users on Steam, even if there are still no certainties on the latter aspect.
This is a notable enlargement of the potential audience, demonstrating how 343 Industries plans to make one stress test on a large scale for Halo Infinite, ahead of the release scheduled for December 8.
On the other hand, the next beta session scheduled for this weekend will focus on the Big Team Battle mode, so it is clear that we will need as much user support as possible to fill the game slots to the maximum, but given the enthusiasm shown so far for the initial stages there should be no problem populating the servers.
The fact of being able to access the beta simply from Xbox Insider simplifies the procedure considerably: for the initial phases it was in fact necessary to take part in the specific Halo program, with the test session taking place by invitation, or rather you had to wait for an answer. from Microsoft allowing access to the beta.
In this way, it is enough to simply accept the procedure to become an Xbox Insider in a particularly streamlined way: there should be no need to enter the various Xbox Omega, Beta or Alpha rings, just simply scaricare l’app Xbox Insider Hub and access the beta download from it.
343 Industries’ Brian Jarrard also reported that the team is considering extending the beta to users as well Steam outside of those by invitation, referring to “stay on hold”, because hopefully there will be “a way to get you in”, but more details will come about that later.
The last beta session took place last weekend, focused on the Arena Slayer 4v4 mode, receiving excellent acclaim from the community and also demonstrating a remarkable technical evolution of Halo Infinite, as also demonstrated by the video comparison between the Xbox Series X | S and Xbox One versions.