Every Halo Infinite Leak Sorted Into One Document

halo infinite leak top

Okay, this one isn’t a ‘pinch of salt’ – it’s more like a couple of hearty handfuls. On Twitter, user ‘Bathrobe Spartan’ recently released a one-page document that reportedly contains a full, end-to-end breakdown of every Halo Infinite leak to emerge, ultimately setting out quite the ambitious path for the 2023 – 2024 period.

From vehicles and maps to missions and weapons, the document covers anything that may have been pulled from within files, communications, insider sources, and everything else in between. It seems that, despite massively dwindling player numbers, there’s still a core portion of the community interested in this tantalising Halo Infinite leak document and what it could mean for the future.

Does Halo Infinite Even Have a Future?

It’s ironic that a game called ‘Infinite’ was so short-lived, right?

Halo Infinite was released in 2021, with the multiplayer portion of the game being made available on a free-to-play basis. That, paired with a much-needed, multi-million-dollar reinvigoration of the game’s esports platform, proved that 343 Industries was intent on once again bringing value to the Halo ecosystem.

But, following massive content droughts, rapidly declining player numbers, and a lack of any extra story content, the entire platform seems all but forgotten.

But that doesn’t mean the odd Halo Infinite leak hasn’t snuck out here and there.

That’s what Bathrobe Spartan has taken advantage of on Twitter, working with other interested parties to compile a one-stop guide that details every Halo Infinite leak that’s currently known. Of course, almost every single item on the hefty list is as of yet unconfirmed, so many pinches of salt must be taken.

Included in the document are leaks pointing to fifteen different arena maps (including Crystal Cave, Forest, Beltway, and Gauntlet), five Big Team Battle maps, two Forge canvases, and a whole host of new weapons, equipment items, and vehicles.

For those interested in going mobile, the document references the Pelican, Falcon, Cougar, Phantom, and even a Forklift, all as pilotable vehicles. There’s a breakdown of modes that may be coming to Halo Infinite, if the leaks are to be believed, including VIP, Infection, Extraction, Payload, and Assault.

If the document is anything to go by, there’s plenty of content yet to be delivered in Halo Infinite.

Fans can dream, right?

For more Insider Gaming news, check out our coverage of Respawn’s comments about Star Wars Jedi: Survivor’s awful performance on PC.

Comments are closed.