All the gamers who have been waiting for Master Chief, Cortana, and the destiny of the Halo universe, this might be the time for you to quit social media for a few days or at least mute a few keywords. At least, until Halo Infinite shows up not long from now — on the grounds that huge spoilers for the game’s whole story are presently coasting around on the web.
Halo Infinite project lead Joseph Staten affirmed on Twitter that Microsoft coincidentally released “a small number of Halo Infinite campaign files” when it dispatched the game’s first multiplayer beta yesterday on July 29th, saying, “Leaks like this are painful for the dev team and can ruin the campaign experience for everyone. So please, keep your eyes peeled for spoilers, and don’t spread them if you see them.”
As should be obvious, there is a plaintext dump on the web with more than 800 strings of text that have all the earmarks of being from Halo Infinite’s mission. They appear to portray both your in-game targets and fundamental portrayals of the plot right through the finish of the story. Some of which are major spoilers(revealing the plot twist).
We’re not connecting to the strings. However, they’re not frightfully elusive in the event that you truly need to ruin the mission. However, in the event that, all things considered, you’re attempting to ward spoilers off, it is better to mute a few keywords on your Twitter as well as other social media platforms.
In lighter Halo Infinite news, engineer 343 Industries, as of late uncovered you’ll at long last have a “drop weapon” button, ideally prompting lesser randos teamkilling you to guarantee your sharpshooter rifle.
Halo Infinite will be out soon for Xbox One and Series X/S as well as PC. The package will include the new campaigns and free-to-play multiplayer games.