With a game as big as Halo Infinite, leaks are pretty much inevitable, and with the game’s focus on online multiplayer, it’s no surprise that we’ve already had a couple of leaks focused on what maps will be available in the game. We have another one of those here, with dataminers digging into the game’s files courtesy of its second technical preview, and discovering what seem to be three new unannounced maps.
One of these is set in an indoor location (which Halo fans are probably a little sick of right now), with what looks to be hydroponic equipment visible on the fringes. Another map is set on what looks like a Halo ring, with a massive Banished anti-air weapon taking aim at a UNSC spacecraft. The third, however, is what most Halo fans will be most intrigued by, seeing as it seems to be set in New Mombasa, the city in Africa that was destroyed during the events of Halo 2 and Halo 3: ODST.
Of course, given the seasonal model that 343 Industries has adopted for Halo Infinite, we don’t know if these maps will be in the game at launch or if they’ll be added following its release- but we do know that 343 Industries has put work into all of these. They’re looking sharp, too, which is encouraging.
Halo Infinite launches on December 8 for Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and PC.
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