Halo Infinite would have some sort of battle royale mode on the way, in development at Certain Affinity for over 2 years and set to be extensive.
Halo Infinite seems destined to receive a sort of battle royale mode , with confirmations coming from Jez Corden, who reports that this portion of the game has been in development for some time at Certain Affinity and it is something large and semi-independent , in the style of Call of Duty: Warzone.
343 Industries has never confirmed the arrival of a battle royale in Halo Infinite, although many expect something like this. Indeed, he had previously made it clear that he did not intend to follow this trend, but it seems that instead he had been thinking about it for some time, if the information of the Windows Central reporter, usually very reliable regarding Microsoft matters, is true.
From The Xbox Two podcast , Corden reported that the mode is in fact a sort of battle royale, but also something particularly broad: this would be the game element in development at Certain Affinity , based on the collaboration that has already emerged in the past days.
The team has been working on it for over 2 years and it would therefore be a large project, which according to Corden could be interpreted as an almost separate game, in the style of Call of Duty: Warzone.
The idea, with this initiative, is above all to intercept portions of the public other than the historical one of the series, coming precisely from Warzone but also Fortnite and Apex Legends . However, his arrival will still be delayed, being scheduled for Season 3 or 4 . It could also have links with the Forge mode, forces through declinations on the style of the Creative mode of Fortnite.