In this episode of GameSpot News, we talk about Halo Infinite’s Multiplayer beta releasing early, Battlefield 2042 crashing on Xbox Series X, the GTA Trilogy returning to PC and Rainbow Six Extractions post-launch DLC plans.
In this video, DeVante talks about November 15th’s Xbox 20th Anniversary Celebration and the launch of Halo Infinite’s multiplayer. The shooter’s first season is called Heroes of Reach and will run through May 2, 2022. Alongside Halo, Microsoft announced a new six-part documentary series titled Power On and addition of 70+ original Xbox and Xbox 360 titles to the backwards compatibility library of Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.
DeVante also talks about Battlefield 2042 running into some issues on Xbox Series X. According to a blog post, DICE will release an update on November 17 to resolve the crashing issues. The update is optional until November 23, when it becomes mandatory.
Later in the video, the GTA Trilogy returns to PC and Ubisoft reveals Rainbow Six Extractions post-launch DLC plans.