Datamine Reveals New Information About Halo Infinite Battle Royale Mode

Halo Infinite’s battle royale mode, codenamed Tatanka, could be on the way sooner rather than later, according to a recent datamine.

The battle royale mode for Infinite Halo, currently known as Tatanka, could arrive with the game’s fourth season, putting it on a mid-2023 release date. Many players enjoyed Infinite Halo since its launch last year, especially its campaign. horror film director John Carpenter even said that Infinite Halo was the best in the series. However, that doesn’t mean that gamers also haven’t found much to criticize in the game and consistently reported its issues after launch.


Many bugs with missing game modes, Infinite Halo has had a lot of problems since its first release. However, with the updates released by 343 and Xbox, Infinite Halo has improved steadily over time, introducing Forge mode to the game, adding additional events, and more. The most recent update for Infinite Halo brings the long-awaited network campaign co-op functionality, allowing players to tackle Zeta Halo with a friend without having to share the same physical space.

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Also expected Infinite Halo players is the introduction of a battle royale mode, and thanks to a recent datamine from Twitter user Bathrobe Spartan, some new details about the feature may have come to light. According to screenshots posted by Bathrobe Spartan, Halo Infinite battle royale will include an intro, rollout, and release phase, like other titles like Fortnite and Call of Duty: Warzone. Also, a statement from another Halo Insider Ains alleges that the Battle Royale mode could be with fans in mid-2023, coinciding with the release of the game’s fourth season.

As this has not been confirmed by 343 or Xbox, these details around the potential release of Halo Infinite Battle Royale should be taken with a grain of salt. If these details turn out to be true, it looks like the game mode will be similar to many other popular Battle Royales, but there will be a few key differences. To know, Infinite Halo will allow a loadout to be brought to Tatanka when a player drops, unlike other titles where they have to pick up weapons along the way.

Previously, a rumor circulated that Halo Infinite The Tatanka game mode has been in development since 2020, and if so, that hopefully means the battle royale will release in a more polished state than the original game’s multiplayer. There’s still plenty of time before the game mode’s potential release, because Infinite Halo has not yet launched its third season.

Infinite Halo is now available on PC, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.

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