‘Halo Infinite’ Multiplayer Beta Goes Live, Including A Battle Pass

The much-anticipated game Halo Infinite has had its multiplayer beta go live today, which they are calling season 1 “Heroes Of Reach,” available on Xbox and PC.

The game also has a battle pass feature, which was popularized by games like Fortnite, with all progress being saved and carried over to the official live version of the game when it matures out of beta. The release coincides with the Xbox 20th anniversary stream, which was expected by many to be when it would finally drop.

With the game being free for people to download, it didn’t take long for the ever-present issue that plagues every massive game launch to happen again: connectivity and other errors from too many people trying to use the system at the same time. The main culprit this time around was reported to be a blue screen upon loading the game, as touched on by the HaloSupport team.

As expected, some memes were quick to be made about the announcement, with most of them being about the other games that are now expected to be beat out by Halo Infinite.