Microsoft has shared some new details on the PC edition of Halo Infinite. In a blog post regarding Microsoft’s wider changes to PC gaming, the company announced that Halo Infinite will support cross-play for multiplayer and cross-progression.
Cross-Play And Cross-Progression
This announcement means Halo Infinite players can play together no matter what platform they are on, whether that be Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, or PC. As for cross-progression, this means whatever multiplayer customization items you unlock in the game on one platform will move with you to the other. Gameplay progress, too, will move between systems.
None of these announcements are a surprise, really, given that Microsoft has been pushing cross-play and cross-progression for years now. But it’s a big, notable deal for Halo Infinite because the franchise hasn’t released a new mainline entry on PC since Halo 2. All of the mainline Halo games are now on PC through The Master Chief Collection as well, while Halo 5: Forge is also on PC as a free download. But Halo Infinite will launch day and date on PC.
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