Download Halo Infinite Beta from Xbox Insider app – How to Install Step by Step Guide
Halo’s multiplayer beta is now available for Xbox consoles and PCs, but you must sign up for the Halo Insider programme to get the game’s weight. Currently, 20GB for the preview build. This is the second phase of beta testing (Halo Infinite Test Flight), invite-only.
Today we will be sharing how you can download the Halo Infinite beta client on your PC and play the game on your device. The game is scheduled for release later this year. Follow the following instructions mentioned down below.
How to access Halo Infinite Beta
Good news! 📢
When the #HaloInfinite tech preview kicks off tonight, you *will* be able to access Training Mode, Weapon Drills, explore the Battle Pass, and customize your Spartan. https://t.co/SN8EeyYdaN
— John Junyszek (@Unyshek) September 23, 2021
Keep monitoring your emails for any updates. For this, you should be registered with the Halo Insider Program. There you will get the access key to login into Halo Infinite. To register, you can follow the following instructions mentioned below.
- Open the store on your console
- Head over to the Xbox Insider hub to install
- Click preview and then click on Halo Infinite-Insider.
- Next, click on Accept terms and conditions to continue.
- After that, start downloading Download the Halo Infinite-insider client
- That’s it, Launch the game and then enter the access key.
You may encounter significant bugs and glitches. The game is filled with 24 players in lobbies. This time it introduced a new training mode, AI-Controlled bots. We would like to know your valuable opinions and feedback if there is any query you would like to share with us in the comment section below.
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