Halo Infinite Multiplayer Gets Crossplay Support

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Halo Infinite’s multiplayer mode is getting crossplay support. This allows PC players to play against Xbox One or Xbox Series gamers, for example. In addition, players can move their multiplayer profile to another console or PC.

Microsoft does not provide further details about the multiplatform crossplay; for example, it’s not clear if console players can indicate that they don’t want to play against PC gamers. The company does say that the game will have support for cross-progression, which will allow users to take their custom multiplayer character and progression to another console or PC.

The company also states that it has worked with PC gamers to ensure that the game comes with ‘in-demand’ features. In addition, Microsoft specifically mentions support for ultrawide and super-ultrawide screens, triple keybinds and extensive graphics settings.

Halo Infinite was announced in June 2018 and is being developed by 343 Industries. Initially, the game was supposed to be released as a launch title for the Xbox Series consoles, but after criticism for the graphics quality, the game was delayed. In December, the developer said the game will be released in the fall. The multiplayer will be free-to-play.

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