Alright give me the Halo Infinite Battle Royale


In case you missed it, a Battle Royale game mode was discovered in Halo Infinite last month. When 343 Industries added the new Slayer and Fiesta game modes, it also added a handful of unavailable game modes that were visible when playing offline. One of them, Attrition, is an elimination game mode with re-rolls and a shrinking safe zone. Whether it’s actually integrated into the game as a playable mode, Halo Infinite battle royale exists.

There’s been a lot of debate about whether Halo “needs” a battle royale mode. When the rumors started swirling in 2019, a lot of Halo fans were fiercely opposed to the idea of ​​Infinite trying to compete in such a saturated market. Nearly three years later, the battle royale landscape has changed dramatically, and now it feels like there’s room for a Halo BR. After playing Infinite for a month, it’s easy to see how well a battle royale mode would work.

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fortnite is still by far the most popular battle royale game, but it failed to swallow up all the other battle royales as some had expected. PUBG and Apex Legends are both massive and constantly growing. And although Call of Duty appears to be at a low point, Warzone has become its most popular game mode. These are the four games that survived a massive wave of battle royales from 2018 to 2020. Games like Realm Royale, Dying Light: Bad Blood, Ark: Survival of the Fittest, Darwin Project, Ring of Elysium, Spell Break, Islands of Nyne, Hyper Scape, and Fallout 76: Nuclear Winter all tried to jump on the battle royale hype train but fell out almost immediately. Even OG battle royales like H1Z1 and The Culling had fallen into obscurity in 2020. Now that every game doesn’t have to be a battle royale, it’s a good time to make one.



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If Attrition does release, it won’t be the only Battle Royale game in 2022. Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodhunt and Super People will both launch this spring. While all three games are free to play, Bloodhunt and Super People are both fairly low key and unlikely to eclipse Attrition. Halo has the opportunity to shake up the Battle Royale genre as the first major triple-A BR in years.

If you’ve played any of Halo Infinite’s team battles, it’s easy to see how well a battle royale could work. Foraging for power weapons and gear while fighting strategic battles across giant maps feels like a blast. With no inventories to manage, Halo can provide a streamlined battle royale experience for anyone feeling overwhelmed by the sub-menus of Apex Legends and Warzone. Ideally, Attrition would be played on a much larger map than any of the Big Team Battle maps, but given what we’ve seen of the campaign’s open world, it’s not hard to imagine what it would be like. an Infinite Battle Royale map.


Infinite’s long lifespan and large number of weapons would fit perfectly into a Battle Royale game mode. The vehicles and loadout options also create an opportunity to combine the Verdansk scale of Warzone with the playstyle options of Apex’s Legends. It’s no secret that Infinite needs more game modes and content ASAP, and a battle royale seems like a perfect fit.

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