Halo Infinite Community Manager Jon Unishek tweeted to talk about upcoming additions to Halo Infinite’s multiplayer playlist. In particular, popular playlists of game modes such as Fiesta, Tactical Slayer (aka SWAT) and Free-For-All are on their way to a free multiplayer game mode for the game.
While there is no official release date for the new playlists, it has been confirmed that they will not be in the game when the campaign kicks off on December 8, but the team is working to get them before the end of the year, according to Unishek.
The addition of these playlists is in response to fan feedback that the developers seem to be reading.
The Twitter thread continues, and Unisek adds that the time-limited events will be used as a way to try out new modes before adding them to the official playlist. However, it’s clear that the developers wanted to give the multiplayer a little more variety before the end of the year holidays start to pile up.
While fan feedback on the multiplayer game Halo Infinite (no Battle Pass progression) was generally positive, one of the biggest criticisms was the lack of playlist variety when players were limited to Big Team Battles or an Arena playlist with multiple game types chosen at random. way.
Finally, Unisek mentioned that work is currently underway on a Social Slayer playlist with several variations, but that it will appear after the holidays.