One of the Halo series’ most popular multiplayer modes is coming to Halo Infinite sooner than you may have expected. As Windows Central notes, 343 Industries community lead Brian Jarrard has affirmed a dedicated Slayer playlist is coming as part of an update on December 14th.
This will be a “basic” mode rather than the variations 343 wanted to release after the holidays, however the developers intended to “bolster and expand” it later on.
The Slayer playlist is coming close by three as of now guaranteed options that incorporate Fiesta, FFA and Tactical Slayer (SWAT). The December 14th update will likewise remove or facilitate the necessities for existing challenges while adding more to go with the new playlists.
There’s a new challenge category dependent on player score that should better mirror your in-game performance, despite the fact that it’s just charged as an “initial step” toward true performance-based experience points.
This expansion will not fulfill fans actually waiting for guaranteed features like campaign co-op or Forge, which will not show up until mid-2022 at the soonest. Nonetheless, the Slayer playlist release shows that 343 is anxious to court those enthusiasts as fast as possible, regardless of whether it implies stripping out certain additional items.