Halo Infinite Multiplayer Is Free to Play, 343 Confirms

Joanna Estrada
August 1, 2020

The now-removed store listing from Smyths Toys reveals that the game's online modes will be free-to-play and suggests they will run at 120 FPS.

Irish retailer Smyth's recently posted details about Halo Infinite on their Xbox Series X page, which have since been taken down. As The Verge reports, a webpage on the Irish version of Smyths - a popular toy and video game retailer in the United Kingdom - momentarily referenced a "groundbreaking free-to-play multiplayer experience" in relation to Halo Infinite.

"Enjoy up to 120 FPS and greatly reduced load times creating seamless gameplay with Xbox Series X", the listing also teased.

It's entirely possible that Halo Infinite could have a free-to-play multiplayer experience.

As far as the free-to-play aspect, whatever the new Halo's multiplayer includes - will this bring yet another battle royale? - having the system's highlight game playable for free online brings us back to Microsoft pulling Xbox Live 12-month subscriptions last week.

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