Halo Infinite developer warns of accidental campaign spoilers in tech preview files

Halo Infinite developer warns of accidental campaign spoilers in tech preview files
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Halo Infinite fans are being advised to be mindful of potential campaign spoilers that may be surfacing online as a result of the game’s recent Technical Test over the weekend.

The game’s head of creative Joseph Staten revealed a small number of campaign files were unintentionally left in the build a number of gamers were able to play this weekend. Though the technical test was purely for the game’s multiplayer, it seems dataminers have been able to extract plot details for the Campaign mode.

While we won’t be detailing them here for obvious reasons, The Verge reports that these include in-game objectives and a basic description of key plot points. Staten naturally advises that players keep their eyes peeled, and anyone who does stumble upon Halo Infinite spoilers is being asked to keep them under wraps so as not to ruin the campaign experience for everyone.

Halo Infinite‘s first technical test took place over the weekend, and invited a select number of Halo Insiders to experience the game’s upcoming free-to-play multiplayer portion. While this round mostly focused on Arena mode with bots, more tests are expected to take place over the next few months ahead of the game’s launch.

In the meantime, stay vigilant if you’re wanting to keep Master Chief’s latest adventure a surprise until launch. Halo Infinite is currently scheduled to release this Holiday season on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC.