Halo Infinite has finally been released for modern consoles with everything refined from the previous series. Improvements like more vivid open-world, combat system, amazing soundtrack, and gripping story and lastly it’s multiplayer that has gained popularity recently. Fans are diving into the game and enjoying the multiplayer of the game. You can play up to a maximum of 7 game modes that poses a challenge of their own and have fun with your friends. You can also host custom matches with your friends and if you want to keep your party’s confidentiality to a maximum, Halo Infinite lets you change party privacy settings that you can enable anytime and keep everything private. Read on more to know more about Halo Infinite Multiplayer and how you can change a party’s privacy.
Halo Infinite game modes in Multiplayer
Currently the multiplayer of Halo Infinite is in beta mode and has everything you can find from other battle royale games like Warzone, Valorant, and COD Vanguard. The immersion of multiplayer is magnified when you have a few friends to play with. Strategizing, Planning, or doing random things makes it even better and enjoyable to do so. Compared to other BR games, Halo Infinite offers seven multiplayer modes that have their own objectives and tasks that players have to complete to win the game. Here’s are the seven modes of Halo Infinite multiplayer
- Capture the flag
- Total Control
- One flag CTF
More customization for custom matches
In custom games, the game comes with a mode editor that lets you set the rules of the game and works for every mode. Options such as Sandbox, HUD settings, Health and Damage, Movement setting, Bots, and Match settings. We’ll give you a simple idea of how it works
- Bots option let you set the number of in-game bots and tweak their difficulty
- The sandbox option allows you to modify the properties of weapons, equipment, melee attacks, and vehicles.
- HUD settings lets you enable or disable certain in-game heads up display
- Movement settings let you adjust players movement speed and modify in-game gravity
- The match option lets you customize time limits and score and adjust respawn settings.
- Health and damage option lets you tweak how much or how little players take damage.
How to change privacy settings in-game
To change privacy settings in the game, you need to go to your social menu and head to the fireteam section. Once you’re into the menu, you’ll see a player icon in the right side of your friend’s account. Click on it and it will bring up the Fireteam option and you can see the privacy section in there. You can also click on “Options” in the bottom left corner of the screen to access the fireteam menu. You’ll see three settings in the game such as Friends Only, Invite Only, and Open. Click on your suitable settings and that’s it.