Ever since its launch, Halo Infinite has been pretty slow in terms of content, but slowly and carefully, Microsoft has started to roll out patches and updates to fix problems, all the while adding new content to the title. But in a strange twist of events, it appears Microsoft’s flagship franchise is getting a battle royale mode. You read it right. Halo Infinite is getting its very own Battle Royale mode.
Halo Infinite Battle Royale Mode Leaked
Around this time frame, the game is in the middle of the second season, Longe Wolves, which features a battle pass that is unique to the Season with tons of cosmetic items and rewards for players to enjoy. That’s all fine and dandy, but something interesting came up today on Twitter.
It was Twitter user leaks_infinite who initially revealed that Halo Infinite would embrace its very own twist on the battle royale genre with its very own battle royale mode, which will probably be similar to the likes of Rumbleverse, Call of Duty Warzone, and Fortnite.
And today, another update came to light in regards to the Battle Royale mode, which you can view right here. It appears leaks_infinite is right all along as Rebs Gaming affirmed that the Battle Royale modes leaked by leaks_infinite have now appeared in the game UI, which clears doubts about a battle royale mode for Halo Infinite.
Halo Infinite Battle Royale modes, which were revealed by @leaks_infinite, have appeared in the games UI. Tatanka is the internal code name for this BR mode. The UI image was shared by @HaloHubGG. The description says “Welcome to the ring.” #HaloInfinite pic.twitter.com/KVwsf8ehlv
— Rebs Gaming (@Mr_Rebs_) August 19, 2022
The game not only features the battle royale modes in the game’s UI, but we also get to see a description that reads.
“Welcome to the Ring. Emerge victorious by being the last player standing.”
Nothing was really clarified for the battle royale mode. We don’t know if the game mode has a unique draw or not, but it probably will, for that matter. What’s interesting is that there’s also an option for trios, a whole squad, and free-for-all. But remember, none of this content is the game right now.
To further strengthen the leaks, Halohub featured its own set of screenshots for the battle royale mode. These specific screenshots were released a few months ago.
It looks like a successor to Halo 5's Warzone may be in the works with Battle Royale like characteristics. We received these screenshots recently and know others have too. Note: We don't expect this mode to release anytime soon (1/2). #Halo #HaloInfinite #Gaming pic.twitter.com/UkgjFYBvQB
— HaloHub (@HaloHubGG) March 15, 2022
So far, that’s all the information we have for the battle royale mode, and it’s possible that a significant update to the game will be offered after Season 2 finally comes to an end. We still don’t know if Halo Infinite’s battle royale mode will be free-to-play, much like the multiplayer for the title.
Considering all the selection of battle royale titles are free-to-play, it’s likely Halo Infinite will follow suit and allow PC gamers and Xbox users to enjoy Halo Infinite’s very own twist on the battle royale genre, with numerous surprises under development.
For now, the game’s second Season is still in progress, and fans are enjoying the heck out of it. The Season will end on November 8, 2022, which could mark the announcement of the battle royale mode for Halo Infinite in an update post or patch notes.
The game will allow you to finish the first Battle Pass as well, provided you purchased it before the Season came to a halt. Currently, that’s all we could find for Halo Infinite’s upcoming battle royale mode, and with future announcements, we’ll keep you updated.
Multiplayer for Halo Infinite is currently free to download on the Xbox One, Xbox Series S|X, and PC. If you’re not satisfied with your options, you could opt to purchase the game’s main campaign for any of these platforms.
And that’s pretty much it for all the leaks for Halo Infinite’s battle royale mode. Fans will get to enjoy multiple modes for Halo Infinite Battle Royale, and it’s bound to grow the Halo Franchise further. We upload daily on Appuals, so stay tuned for more. Till then, see you later and goodbye!