Halo Infinite Multiplayer Gameplay - It Feels Just Like Proper Old-School Halo

Halo Infinite Multiplayer Gameplay - It Feels Just Like Proper Old-School Halo

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Richard Walker

Over the weekend, a lucky handful of people had the opportunity to play Halo Infinite, specifically, the game's free-to-play multiplayer portion, in which Spartans can go head-to-head, battle rifles, magnum pistols, DMRs, needlers, and sniper rifles primed.

Boasting four maps and three modes, the Technical Test offered up a chance to get reacquainted with multiplayer Spartan-on-Spartan action, which, after a long while, really feels like old-school, vintage Halo.

You can't beat charging around a map, fragging rivals, leaping into a Ghost or a Warthog, whizzing around then jumping out, blasting a Banshee out of the air with a Spartan laser… Only some of which happens in our gameplay video below.

You can watch our Halo Infinite multiplayer Technical Test gameplay to see more, then look forward to jumping into the full release for Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Windows PC on 8th December 2021.

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  • I hope the Campaign is awesome. I played the multiplayer test and it does feel like old Halo but I'm looking forward to what they are going to have us doing that's not pvp.
  • First thing that popped out to me was how much I actually really liked the boost/thrusting in Halo 5 also the ground pound as well. Those 3 things can change how the game is played. (At least for me)

    Didn’t really like how most weapons felt. The Assault rifle, Magnum & Needler were really good. But the battle rifle didn’t feel like a BR IMO.

    But weapons can be adjusted, so I’m not to worried.. as for everything else it will just take a little time to get used to the way it feels and getting away from the Halo 5 feel.

    Can’t wait to play the campaign come December.
  • The BR felt great to me. A lot better than the iterations of it from previous entries in the series.
    Felt truer to the Halo 3, Halo 2 era BR.

    Thought they took a few steps back with the magnum, hated it. I felt as if it didn't pack enough of a punch. Also it felt like it was quite shit from a distance.

    I'm glad they ditched the boosts, thrusts, and ground pounds. Those were stupid.

    Overall the gameplay in the Infinite preview was pretty satisfying. Looking forward to December.
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