Halo Infinite battle royale audio file reportedly discovered by dataminers


Dataminers who scoured the Halo Infinite tech preview files claim to have found an audio file that references a Battle Royale game mode.

The audio file, which was discovered by the people of Reset (Going through VG247), introduces Halo Infinite announcer Jeff Steitzer, uttering the words “battle royale”, suggesting that Halo Infinite’s free-to-play multiplayer might feature the popular game mode.

If Halo Infinite offers a battle royale mode, it would seemingly go against what 343 Industries has said in the past. Late last year, rumors began to circulate around a Halo Infinite battle royale mode, but they were quickly quelled by Halo Community Manager Brian Jarrard, who called the rumors ” unfounded”. In a Mixer stream in 2018, Jeff Easterling, a writer for 343 Industries, also dismissed a suggestion that the game would include a battle royale mode. “I’ll tell you right now, the only BR we’re interested in is Battle Rifle. The original BR,” Easterling said.

If the file is real, it seems to suggest that 343 Industries’ plans have changed since Jarrard and Easterling’s comments and that we may have a battle royale mode when Halo Infinite launches this holiday season or in the future. It is also possible that 343 Industries once considered the mode before changing direction and that the audio file was simply an unused asset.

Until Microsoft confirms that Halo Infinite will get a battle royale mode, it’s best to check the expectations for the game. We’ll keep you posted as soon as we know more.

Spoilers for Halo Infinite’s campaign are also roaming the internet after dataminers managed to find campaign files in Halo Infinite’s first multiplayer tech test.

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