Mon. Jan 17th, 2022

Halo Infinite Leak reveals 5 Upcoming Multiplayer Maps

A new Halo InfiniteFive maps that were not released have been leaked. They will be coming to the Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S games sometime this year. Halo InfiniteThe multiplayer experience has been available for around two months and many players are beginning wonder when 343 industries will offer more content. The studio appears to be working on at most five multiplayer maps, dubbed Solitude (Bath Salts), Forbidden, Beltway and Cataract. It’s possible that these placeholder names are just placeholder names. The information comes from the game’s file, and is accompanied with images showing maps that are still in development. In some cases, the maps are literally stamped with “placeholder.”

As we mentioned, the multiplayer map is a datamining leak. This means that you can’t doubt the validity and media of the information, but you can doubt the implications. These multiplayer maps are currently being developed for a future update. However, it is possible that some of this content was removed during development. 

Below are previews of some maps. It’s important to remember that these images are still in the early stages. They are using placeholder assets as well as low-poly assets. These assets are not final. They are meant to give an idea of the design of the map, but nothing more.

As with any leak, you should take this information with a grain-of-salt. Xbox and 343 Industries have not commented on the matter. This is unlikely to change. However, if it does, we will update the story with what is available, salient or otherwise.

Halo InfiniteIt is available on the Xbox One, Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X. Click here for more information about the 2021 sci-fi first person shooter, including speculations, leaks, and official news.



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By David Goldberg

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