Halo Infinite Flight Opens Up To All Xbox Insiders

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Halo Infinite Flight Opens Up To All Xbox Insiders

The upcoming Halo Infinite flight will expand to all Xbox Insiders, allowing a larger player base to test the brand new Big Team Battle mode.

The second weekend of the current Halo Infinite flight will be expanding to all Xbox Insiders. The flights have previously been restricted to select Xbox Insider members who have been invited by 343 Industries, but it seems like the developer is looking to get as many trusted players as possible for the new tech test. The ongoing Halo Infinite tests have been a way for 343 to gain lots of insightful feedback and data for the game. These tests have also given fans the opportunity to see what the developer is bringing to the table for this latest entry.

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The next Halo Infinite test includes Big Team Battle, one of the most beloved modes in the franchise. Big Team Battle dramatically increases the player counts to scale for its larger maps, which include vehicles and more team-based modes. 343 has slowly been ratcheting up the scope of its tests, as the flights initially began with 4 v 4 matches against bots. The latest test has been more PvP focused and has allowed fans to experiment with more gadgets and mechanics.

343 will be expanding these tests this weekend to include all Xbox Insiders, according to Xbox Insider’s Twitter account. Any Xbox user can sign up for the program by downloading the Xbox Insider app on the store, so there’s not much stopping a fan from joining the action this coming weekend. From the app, players will be able to opt-in to the upcoming flight, which should also grant them access to future flights as well. 343 already showed off Halo Infinite‘s version of Big Team Battle on a recent live stream, so fans will know exactly what they’re signing up for this weekend.

Report in, Spartan. All #XboxInsiders on Xbox are invited to join Weekend 2 of the #HaloInfinite Tech Preview! Check the Xbox Insider Hub app for details. Not an Xbox Insider? Joining takes seconds–just install the Xbox Insider Hub app from the Store! https://t.co/TuU5uoNHw6 pic.twitter.com/dTB1NpPbKm

As of right now, it’s unclear whether or not 343 will completely drop the Xbox Insider requirement for future flights. It seems likely that the developer will continue expanding the player base for the flights leading up to launch, but there may be a reason why it keeps the Insider barrier. That said, given anyone can sign up for the Xbox Insider program, it doesn’t seem like 343 is being too picky for this test. There’s no word as to how many flights that 343 plans to do before launch, but there probably won’t be too many more.

Fans have already discovered a number of wild exploits in Halo Infinitewhich should be helpful to 343. Players discovered a strange glitch that allows their Spartan to flail their arms for incredibly fast and powerful melee attacks. 343 has already stated it has fixed this issue in its internal builds, so fans shouldn’t hold out hope for it in the final game.

Halo Infinite releases on December 8, 2021, for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.

Source: Xbox Insider/Twitter

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The next Halo Infinite test includes Big Team Battle, one of the most beloved modes in the franchise. Big Team Battle dramatically increases the player counts to scale for its larger maps, which include vehicles and more team-based modes. 343 has slowly been ratcheting up the scope of its tests, as the flights initially began with 4 v 4 matches against bots. The latest test has been more PvP focused and has allowed fans to experiment with more gadgets and mechanics.

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