Watch out if you’re looking forward to playing Halo Infinite‘s campaign tonight – you’ll need to install the game after it goes live. Unlike most other big games this year, Infinite has no preload option, so you won’t be able to have it downloaded and ready to go by the time it launches. Though, developers 343 Industries say you can make the download a little smaller by having the FPS’s multiplayer beta installed.
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