‘Halo Infinite’ campaign has no preload but download can be sped up

If you are a Halo game lover then here is good news for you! After a long wait finally, the Halo Infinite game launches on Xbox and PC today on 8th December 20222, so here is everything you need to know regarding this newly launched game installed, along with how to make this game faster in process.

The novel 343 Industries title is going for an instantaneous launch, sense it should release at the precise same moment across the world, so here we are going to provide you the exact release times:

  • 10 AM PST
  • 1 PM EST
  • 6 PM GMT
  • 3 AM JST (9th December 9)
  • 5 AM AEOT (9th December)

Miserably, these times can’t be prearranged about to let players have the game organized to go as soon as the title reveals, as Halo community director Brian Jarrard confirmed: “you can’t authoritatively pre-load the Halo Infinite campaign (sorry!),” but Jarrard added that “you can get a head start by installing the [multiplayer].”

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So having the multiplayer mode installed can make the campaign install smoother, and underneath you can find out how much storage you’ll be saving:

No Halo Infinite downloads installed

Multiplayer: 26.53 GB

Campaign and Multiplayer: 48.42 GB

Multiplayer beta already installed

Multiplayer update: 3.97 GB

Campaign installs: approx 25.86 GB

Both: 29.83 GB

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In spite of the above, there’s now no conversation on whether or not this download limit sums for PC players who have the multiplayer on Steam, and will be receiving the campaign over Game Pass and therefore using the Xbox PC launcher. All symbols presently point to players required to redownload the multiplayer as part of the Xbox launcher. We will update this post soon as we know more details regarding it, as we have reached out for comment.

In additional news, 343 Industries is looking into manufacturing Halo Infinite campaign missions re-playable, as right now you have to make a novel save to go back. How long this will take to implement leftovers to be realized, as the developers have repeated that getting the game out was the foremost precedence.

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