343 Industries has announced today that the next multiplayer preview for Halo Infinite will arrive on September 24.
In a tweet shared on the official Halo account, 343 Industries detailed that players interested in participating in the next preview must have a fully registered Halo Insider profile completed no later than September 13 to be eligible. 343 Industries did not specify when the upcoming multiplayer preview will conclude as of yet.
The next #HaloInfinite multiplayer preview is targeted to arrive on Sept. 24! All fully registered Halo Insider profiles as of Sept. 13 are eligible to participate.
— Halo (@Halo) September 9, 2021
This is the second preview 343 Industries has done for its highly anticipated first-person shooter, following a technical preview held from July 29 through August 1. While the developer did not specify how many Halo Infinite previews it will hold ahead of launch, we know that 343 Industries plans to hold more before the game is released.
Halo Infinite will launch on December 8, over a year after it was originally supposed to be released alongside the Xbox Series X/S. The game will also launch with no support for campaign co-op or a Forge mode, with both features slated to arrive in the game sometime next year.
While Halo Infinite will launch nearly a month after the series’ 20th anniversary, Microsoft is releasing a Halo-themed Xbox Series X and Xbox Wireless Elite Series 2 controller to commemorate the milestone with both limited edition products arriving on November 15.
Taylor is the Associate Tech Editor at IGN. You can follow her on Twitter @TayNixster.