Halo Infinite already has more than 100,000 players on Steam alone


Within hours of its launch, Halo Infinite’s free-to-play multiplayer part has rocketed right into a slot on Steam’s prime ten most-played video games, with more than 100,000 players logged in. The multiplayer game’s numbers proceed to rise, too.

Microsoft introduced that the free multiplayer mode for Halo Infinite was dwell through the Xbox twentieth anniversary stream earlier at this time, November 15. Within about an hour, Halo Infinite had crossed the 100,000 concurrent participant threshold, however as of this writing that quantity simply continues to go up. At 12 p.m. PT / 3 p.m. ET / 8 p.m. GMT, the game was nonetheless rising at 118,575 players on Steam.

That quantity, after all, doesn’t account for nevertheless many players are logging in and enjoying by way of the Xbox app for Windows, which has had a pre-load choice for Halo Infinite accessible for a while. Today’s ‘surprise’ launch was hinted at forward of time, too, with leaks showing on the Microsoft Store and Google over the previous weekend.

If you’re seeking to soar in, we’ve received data on how Halo Infinite’s battle go works, however regardless of what number of multiplayer quests you full, you gained’t have the ability to make Master Chief do a flossing dance. That would simply be foolish.