Yesterday, Microsoft celebrated its 20th anniversary with the surprise release of the Halo Infinite Multiplayer. Being an FPS, it's essentially in the same category as the likes of Call of Duty and Battlefield.
Fortunately, it's a free-to-play title - which means it's already killing it in terms of player stats. And as a result, it's also attracted one fan you might not have expected. In a brief engagement on social media, the official Battlefield Twitter account showed its excitement:
Some were unsurprisingly not impressed, given the issues that marred Battlefield 2042's recent beta tests, and well, the account copped quite a lot of backlash. Still, it's nice to see the big players getting along when this time of year is often so competitive when it comes to video game sales. Xbox is also the "official console" of the new Battlefield game, so it makes a lot of sense for the team to be publicly friendly with the brand right now.
Have you downloaded Halo Infinite yet like the Battlefield 2042 account? Will you be checking out Battlefield when it's released? Leave a comment down below.