Halo Infinite’s multiplayer expertise could be free-to-play, in response to data printed on an Irish toy retailer’s web site. According to The Verge, Smyths Toys Superstores — a big retailer in Ireland and the U.Okay. — briefly printed a promotional web page with details about the Xbox Series X and Halo Infinite. The web page was eliminated, however cached version are available online.

On the web site, Smyths wrote that Halo Infinite will have a “groundbreaking free-to-play multiplayer experience.” It additionally famous that gameplay will run at 120fps with “greatly reduced load times.”

We’ve reached out to Microsoft for extra data.

Following up on the knowledge, an Xbox leaker additionally added that Halo Infinite will have a battle move system and “customization options completely new to Halo.” This leaker has beforehand supplied correct data on Halo Infinite, in response to The Verge.

Developer 343 Industries revealed Halo Infinite gameplay through the Xbox Games Showcase on July 23. However, 343 Industries declined to touch upon the sport’s multiplayer, noting that new data would be obtainable within the coming months. In a blog post published Thursday, 343 Industries mentioned it’s undecided “what is going to be possible” almost about a possible multiplayer beta interval. “We still hope to have an opportunity for broader public hands-on before release,” the developer mentioned.

Plenty of video games have moved to the free-to-play multiplayer format following Fortnite’s success. Battle royale video games, particularly, have made the format fairly well-liked, whether or not that’s with Fortnite, Apex Legends, or Call of Duty: Warzone.

Halo Infinite is predicted to be launched alongside the Xbox Series X later this yr. It’ll come to Xbox Game Pass instantly.