It looks like there are some Halo: Infinite spoilers.
The first technical test Halo: Infinite The multiplayer game was broadcast live for Halo Insiders. In addition to being able to play against robots, the test also included some other things-things that 343 Industries did not intend to include.
Those are files related to game activities. But, of course, these files have been leaked online by data miners, as well as other information that was inadvertently included in the technology preview (thanks to Neowin).
According to Joseph Staten, head of the game project, these files were accidentally included in the technical preview.
“We inadvertently included a small number of Halo: Infinite active files in the technology preview,” Staten said in a tweet. “Unfortunately, these files contain spoilers.
“Leaks like this are painful for the development team and may ruin everyone’s campaign experience. So please pay attention to spoilers and don’t spread them when you see them.”
Apparently, there is a dump of plain text floating around, including 800 lines of text from the event that describe the main plot points, tasks, and “turns” in the story—according to The Verge.
Obviously, we will not link to this information dump or any site that contains that information. If you want to be spoiled, you will have to find it yourself.
Halo: Infinite will be launched on PC, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S this holiday. The starter pack includes free multiplayer games, as well as game campaigns.
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