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    Rumor: Halo: Infinite multiplayer arrives early on November 15th

    According to various claims, datamines (Thanks, Adam Fairclough) and advertising, it appears that Halo: Infinite multiplayer is arriving on November 15th. Pringles, the game’s official sponsor, also has an active countdown on their website ending on November 15th. Once it ends, players will “snack safely in Halo combat”. HaloDotAPI documented the addition of “Heroes of Reach” which also seems to be the first season of Halo: Infinite starting November 15th. Multiple signs are pointing toward this date being true but it’s still worth taking a grain of salt for now. The campaign is still confirmed for a December 8th release.

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