Halo Infinite Has Been Rated, Which All But Solidifies 2021 Release

Halo Infinite has been rated by the Australian Classification Board, which all but solidifies its 2021 release this Fall.

As long as we get no further delays, I think most of us would assume that Halo Infinite would release this year. Especially as Fall 2021 has been the aim of 343 Industries since its delay last year.

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Halo Infinite’s rating was given an M rating for “violence, online interactivity and in-game purchases,” as well as moderate violence and mild bad language.

However, this rating makes that launch window all that more likely thanks to the Australian Classification Board.

As reported by VGC, Forza Horizon 5 was also given an Australian classification on August 3rd. However, Forza Horizon 5 had already had the confirmed release date of November 9th. Forza Horizon 5 was rated G for general audiences.

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Recently Halo Infinite had its first “Flight” multiplayer test ahead of its potential launch later this year. The flight test allowed human testers to battle it out against AI bots in multiplayer arenas. A full multiplayer test is expected to launch in the months to come.

In other related Halo Infinite news, the alleged file size for the game was leaked. If true, you better get clearing that precious hard drive space just in case.

Halo Infinite is expected to release this Fall for PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. Are you looking forward to the release of Halo Infinite? Let us know across our social media channels.

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