Last November, the multiplayer mode of Halo Infinite was available and was able to provide a very good performance, especially at the level of players, which prompts the game developer 343 Industries to support the game with continuous updates and fixes, the latest of which was the modification of the progression system that was bothering many during the last period, but it seems And that the game will witness more new playing styles during the coming period.
John Junyszek, Community Manager for Studio 343 Industries, said on Twitter that the studio is currently focused on adding new game modes and that they are looking to add Fiesta, SWAT and Free-For-All to Halo Infinite sooner rather than later.
Junyszek revealed that the development team has been following up on the game community’s comments during the last period, and that they are working to add new menus and game modes during the game’s events, but they will not be available with the game’s launch on December 8, but the team is seeking to get them into the game before the end of the year.
Junyszek also noted that after the week-long Fiesta turned out to be a positive one, the developer team 343 Industries decided to add it to Halo Infinite forever soon, with new game modes we’ll see over the next year.
Let’s talk about Halo Infinite playlists!
We’ve been reading your notes, and working on plans to add Fiesta, Tactical Slayer (SWAT), and Free-For-All playlists as we talk. They won’t land by December 8th, but the team is trying to get them in before the end of the year 👊
– John Junicek (@Unyshek) December 3, 2021
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