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Halo Infinite has no pre-loading, but is lightweight if you have already installed several

Halo Infinite has no pre-loading, but is lightweight if you have already installed several

343 Industries explained that fans could not load the single player campaign in advanceThe halo is infinite Before starting today. Disappointing for those who want to get started as soon as possible, but studios indicate that those who have already downloaded the multiplayer beta will see a much shorter download time.

This announcement was shared via the Twitter and Customer Follow-up Account, which confirms that the whole game will take much less time to install if the beta is pre-installed. The account states that file sizes may vary depending on the site, but provides some general guidelines.

As we can see, the size of Halo Infinite for download from zero is about 50GB, while for existing multi-owners it weighs only 30GB. The difference is 26.53 basic downloads, only 3.97 add-ons for existing ones.

Despite the fact that the size difference depends on many genres, it is not possible to request it before downloading all the players who want to dedicate themselves only to the solo. So if you have not yet downloaded the beta, getting started now would not be a bad idea.

As a reminder, Halo Infinite will be released today on the Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One and PC, but the game will not actually be available until 7pm Paris time.

A campaign that seduces you with its gamble and its universe, the situation is a little too reassuring and disappointing, according to our test 8/10: “

Master Chief has once again delighted the fans, thanks to his extremely lively gameplay and excellent multiplayer. His view was towards the ‘good old days’, however, there is a risk of losing the new ones. Also, the co-op is not in the campaign yet and will not come later.

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Erwan Lafleuriel is the Editor-in-Chief of IGN France. He has been addicted to video games for 40 years and occasionally escapes to mourn his failures Twitter.