Halo Infinite’s Last Spartan Standing involves extra maps with its personal playlist

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Halo Infinite gamers have pined for a battle royale mode for a while, and 343 Industries answered with Last Spartan Standing. The mode pits 12 gamers towards one another in a free-for-all match where just one Spartan can stay. As pleasing as that may be, Last Spartan Standing was relegated to a single map when it launched with Season 2: Lone Wolves. Thankfully, that’s been modified.

As introduced by the official Halo Twitter account, Last Spartan Standing now has “multiple maps to emerge victorious on.” The mode is now playable on Fragmentation, Deadlock, and High Power — all Big Team Battle maps, as you would possibly discover. It was initially solely obtainable on Breaker, one of many new Season 2 maps. With 4 locations to play comes a brand new playlist. You can now select the Last Spartan Standing class and rotate by means of them. That ought to deliver a pleasant sprint of selection to the still-new game mode, which we can assist you win in the event you want just a few suggestions.

You’ll be aware {that a} 12-player free-for-all isn’t fairly the identical as a match in Fortnite or PUBG: Battlegrounds, which provide participant counts of 100. The query of Halo Infinite getting a real battle royale stays. Rumors of developer Certain Affinity engaged on one have been circulating for a while, and the most recent buzz is that it’ll get a November launch. Early 2023 can be potential, the rumors say. We’ll have to attend for official phrase from 343 or Xbox, contemplating a battle royale hasn’t been introduced. The Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase may very well be a superb place for that when it airs on Sunday, June 12.

Battle royale or not, 343 continues to beef up Halo Infinite with new content material. Along with maps and modes come new cosmetics, like Microsoft Clippy. Here’s how you can unlock the Clippy objects for your self. A attraction, nameplate, and symbols are all obtainable.