Halo: Infinite will be hosting two more multiplayer technology previews. The first preview will start this weekend. Latest Inside Infinite Published on Halo’s website with details of upcoming tests.

Halo: The Infinite test runs at specific times from Thursday, September 23rd to Sunday, September 26th. This beta will only be available to Halo Insiders who registered before September 13th. ..

The second test will take place at a specific time from Thursday, September 30th to Sunday, October 3rd, with more players than the first test. More specific details about who will be eligible for the second weekend test are promised by next week. Halo: An Infinite live stream with beta test details will be available on Wednesday, September 22nd on the Halo Twitch and YouTube channels. A new look for 12v12 Big Team Battle Mode will also be unveiled.

During the scheduled day, the test will not be open for multiplayer. Players can only access multiplayer from 10am to 2pm and 5pm to 9pm on both weekends from Friday to Sunday. Training modes, weapon drills, battle passes, and customizations are the only modes available from Thursday through the weekend.

“”[The Halo: Infinite tests’] Matchmaking runs for a period of time each day to test the server for the best possible concurrency, “says the blog post. Our main goal is to make sure we are ready to launch our online service. “

4v4 Arena mode will be available on Friday, September 24th at 10am PST. The second beta test includes 4v4 Arena mode and 12v12 Big Team Battle mode.

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More details on Halo: Infinite may be available at the Xbox presentation at Tokyo Game Show 2021. If you’re excited about Halo and looking for a game that will keep you on Xbox, check out Xbox Games with Gold in September 2021.

Halo: Infinite is currently set for the December 8th release.

Petey Oneto is a freelance writer for IGN.