Halo Infinite Prepares For 'Major' March Update With Multiple New Features

A new March update for Halo Infinite is just around the corner, and it's a "major" one from 343 Industries!

The team has pulled back the curtain on what to expect today, which includes the particularly important feature of a networking overhaul across all modes, which is expected to "result in a better and more consistent multiplayer experience".

Elsewhere, a new Easy Anti-Cheat model will be implemented to improve 343's ability to deal with cheaters, Squad Battle will be getting a refresh with seven new maps, various weapons are getting a tune-up, and a new mode will arrive in the form of "Firefight Custom" which is essentially Firefight without the "King of the Hill" part.

In addition to this there will be lots of stability improvements, and Forge will be getting a bunch of bug fixes too.

"A major new update is dropping feet-first into Halo Infinite this coming Tuesday, March 19, delivering on some of the biggest requests from the community.

Networking overhaul, weapon balance tunings, bug fixes, stability, and anti-cheat improvements, Firefight Custom, and more..."

You can find out more information about all of these features over at the official Halo Infinite blog, and as mentioned above, the March update for Halo Infinite will roll out to Xbox and PC on Tuesday, March 19th.

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[source halowaypoint.com]