Halo Infinite: Party mode will not be available after Fracture: Tenrai

Halo Infinite: Party mode will not be available after Fracture: Tenrai

The entire Xbox and PC gaming community benefits from the multiplayer mode. infinite aura, where they can live more than ever the experience that made them one of the most beloved video game franchises.

The thing that surprised us is that the video game is breaking it even weeks before its official release, thanks to the unexpected release of a public beta for its multiplayer mode, in which thousands upon thousands of players invest endless hours playing it.


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Overall, the multiplayer was very well received, highlighting how good the control is, the classic feel of previous titles that Infinite has sparked and the new features introduced by the game have made the game, for now, a real success.

But not all decisions made by 343 Industries are the best, for example, Halo Infinite multiplayer Party mode will not be available after the event Fracture: Tenrai.

This notice was produced by a post on the official Halo Support Twitter account, where we can read that after the Fracture: Tenrai event that ends tomorrow, November 30th, we will no longer have Fiesta Mode available.

Several users have already complained about this decision to cancel the game mode after the end of the event, we’ll see if the study takes action on the matter and plans to change this policy for upcoming events.


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Halo Infinite multiplayer Party mode will not be available after Fracture: Tenrai. Even with the title’s problems as a result of, say, slow progression in terms of levels, Halo Infinite is breaking records all around, and has already been a huge hit for Xbox Game Studios and 343 Industries.

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We’ll have to wait if the campaign starring Master Chief is the same, or better received, than the multiplayer mode when it launches on December 8th.

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