Halo Infinite has 14 hidden multiplayer modes on your PC

If you are bored Halo InfiniteWith regular multiplayer mode playlists, there is a sneaky way to get more access on your PC. Players have discovered that when they launch a game offline, they can explore and save 14 hidden modes that are not yet available in online games. This includes a new mode named Attrition and numerous Fiesta and Tactical variants.

On the weekend, Reddit user “Wicked Soldier 991” I posted that launching Infinite offline will allow you to access and save a number of currently unavailable modes and play them back (and share them with your peers) when you come back online.

Hidden modes are almost always all versions of existing modes that you may have already seen. However, one is Attrition. This gives each team a limited number of respawns and you win by running out of opponents. There is also an Attrition Dodgeball mode that adds life to your life pool when you defeat an enemy.

Hinfinite currently has 17 multiplayer modes (which you should be able to see), including Oddball, Slayer, Capture The Flag, and more. Adding this lot turns it into a whopping 31 modes. This is a pretty good choice.

Here is a complete list of these sneaky hidden modes:

  • Arena: Thread
  • Arena: Attribution Dodgeball
  • Arena: Elimination
  • Fiesta: Thread
  • Fiesta: CTF
  • Fiesta: One Flag CTF
  • Fiesta: Fortress
  • Ranking: Elimination
  • Rank: 1 flag
  • Tactics: Slayer
  • Tactics: Slayer Commandos
  • Tactics: Slayer Mangler
  • Tactics: Slayer Sidekick
  • Tactical: Slayer Stalker Rifle

Set the Steam client offline, launch Halo, and then[カスタムゲーム]>[モードエディター]>[モード]>[343 Industries]I was able to find these by selecting. WickedSoldier991 did it a little differently, so check out Reddit’s post if this doesn’t work. Something may be a little funky, as they also note that some people are having a hard time saving these offline modes.

Don’t worry if you can’t save them. It’s weird if you’re in the game but don’t go live properly. We hope to unlock it at some point in the future, perhaps in the coming season, or sooner after the game is released in beta.

If you don’t like multiplayer, the game campaign will start on December 8th this week.Blendy has already tried, and in him Halo Infinite Review He states: “A nasty story can’t stop wrestling with fans who disappeared in open world and nostalgic shootouts.”

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