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1567090cookie-checkHalo: Infinite To Have Multiplayer Beta Tests In 2020, TV Series Production Begins

Halo: Infinite To Have Multiplayer Beta Tests In 2020, TV Series Production Begins

Microsoft and 343 Industries are working on Halo: Infinite as we speak, and according to a report, several multiplayer betas will pop up sometime in 2020. Additionally, the race-swapped social justice Halo TV series has officially started production as per Kiki Wolfkill.

Firstly, website GameRant has a report covering the latest Halo Waypoint, which is all about recapping and spitting out new info. In the blog post, the publication site reveals that thirsty Halo fans can expect multiple betas throughout the year 2020.

Of course, like any other early access program that grants entry before others, you’ll need to sign-up through the latter portal to snag a spot in one of the test flights for Halo: Infinite.

Anyway, here’s the section that GameRant has up, which happens to highlight what’s to come:

“The post also included details regarding Halo Infinite which included the release date, platforms, in-game storyline, and even some scarce details regarding multiplayer beta testing. From these details, it’s clear that multiplayer beta testing will start sometime in 2020 and offer players a chance to opt-in for the beta. Also, it’s clear that there will be multiple beta tests, so more fans will be able to experience the upcoming shooter’s multiplayer mechanics before launch.”

After the test flights or betas, Halo: Infinite will debut across the Xbox family of consoles (including the Xbox Series X) and PC during next year’s holiday quarter.

But that’s not all, the race-swapping TV show that will likely be as woke as The Witcher Netflix series has started production. Yes, this means crew from the studio have been working closely with Kiki Wolfkill, head of transmedia, and Kenneth Peters, senior franchise writer, over in Budapest, Hungary:

“Yes, the news is true! Production on Showtime’s Halo TV series has begun and, from the bits I’ve seen so far, it looks incredibly promising. Members of the studio have been working closely with our partners and we even have Kiki Wolfkill, Head of Transmedia, and Kenneth Peters, Senior Franchise Writer, on-site in Budapest right now. Since she’s on the set, Kiki snapped a simple, yet meaningful, behind-the-scenes photo for us just to prove that it’s really happening – so be sure to thank her!”

For those curious and not wanting to jump over to the Halo Waypoint portal to see the photo in question, it’s a director’s chair with Dr. Halsey’s name on the inside.

So there’s that.

Both Halo: Infinite and the Showtime TV show are both under the development hood. However, the game will have test flights throughout next year while the woke TV series is officially in production over in Budapest.

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