Spoilers for the main battle of Halo Infinite were leaked after the game’s first technical preview was released. Joseph Staten of 343 Industries posted a leak on Twitter and confirmed that the Halo team “accidentally included a small number of Halo Infinite campaign files in the technical preview” and that “unfortunately, these files contain the spoilers”.
The details of the resumed activities are now appearing in various places on the Internet, and some even spoil the details of the various details related to the game plans. This is a spoiler-free zone, so it will not mention any of them here or introduce them in detail.
For those who want to keep Halo Infinite intact and spoiler-free for themselves and the game development team without shutting down the internet or going to Winchester, it is definitely recommended to turn off certain social media keywords.
Halo Community Director Brian Jarrard responded to Staten saying: “The quiet word on Twitter is your friend” and issued an additional warning on his own Twitter, advising community members not to use any game-related spoilers in their social media feeds. “The risk of receiving a delete notice that may lead to a strike on certain platforms is very high.”
Halo Infinte’s technical review started on July 29 and will run till 1 August. This will allow the 343 industries’ team to test the technical side of the game. There is no exact date for the future test phase to begin for gamers, but anyone who wants to participate must be a Halo Insider. Use your registration ID and link to it and flight selection. Halo community manager John Junyszek previously posted a post on Twitter detailing the registration steps.
Participating in the Insider Program does not guarantee that you will be invited to participate in future technology previews or flights, but it is the only way to get a chance. 343 Industries has previously stated that “its ultimate goal is to ensure that everyone who is eligible for the Halo Insider Program has the opportunity to work together to help us achieve our goals on the way to the market. Desperate, new opportunities will appear. ”