343 Industries came back to show off some more of Xbox’s most anticipated game, Halo Infinite. Today at E3 Xbox & Bethesda Game Showcase, fans got a new look at the multiplayer side of things. The game will run at up to 120fps in this mode on the Xbox Series X, and offer classics like capture the flag mixed in with new abilities like using a grapplehook to pick up objects and even catch planes to hijack them. Take a look below.

343 Industries is also adding in bots matches into Halo Infinite, “so players new and old can warm up before they hit the battlefield.” The multiplayer part of Halo Infinite will be free-to-play across Xbox and PC, and 343 Industries is supporting both crossplay and cross-progression.

A behavior-based anti-cheat system will be in place, that runs on the server-side. Unfortunately, the trailer doesn’t mention if and when there will be a beta for Halo Infinite multiplayer, nor when it will launch.

While no concrete release date was settled yet, Halo Infinite does have a target of Holiday 2022.

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