All Halo Infinite Maps confirmed so far
Halo’s maps are some of the most memorable locations for gamers. Now that Halo Infinite’s multiplayer has suddenly dropped, here are all of the confirmed maps coming to the game.
Blood Gulch. Sandtrap. Lockout. These are some of Halo’s most iconic multiplayer maps. Halo has a way of crafting multiplayer experiences that stick with players years after they’ve played them.
A large portion of what makes Halo games so memorable is the multiplayer maps. While there has been a fair share of forgettable maps over the years, the best maps in Halo games are some of the best maps in any multiplayer game.
Here are all of the Halo Infinite maps at launch.
Every Halo Infinite map
Behemoth is a large circular arena located in a sandy desert biome. Forerunner structures litter the arena, including a ring around the outside of the map.
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The in-game description of the map from 343 Industries reads, “It has survived for a hundred millennia, but this ring still holds fast to secrets yet unknown.”
Fragmentation is a lush foresty map. The map is located inside one of the many canyons on Halo Installation 07. This member of the Halo Infinite maps allows players to use a large variety of vehicles.
The in-game description reads, “Now more than ever, Installation 07’s serene surface belies a deeper strain and conflict.”
Recharge is a smaller indoor multiplayer map. Its tight corridors and close quarters don’t allow for vehicles.
The in-game description reads, “Resource infrastructure facilities such as those run by Axys’ hydroelectric division help maintain stable energy grids for colony worlds throughout the UEG.”
Live Fire is one of the smaller Halo Infinite maps. It is an outdoor map but doesn’t allow for vehicle use. Live Fire’s setting is the Avery J. Johnson Academy of Military Science.
The in-game description reads, “Instructors at the Avery J. Johnson Academy of Military Science ensure their Spartans are prepared for any challenge that a hostile galaxy throws at them.”
Bazaar is one of the Halo Infinite maps that’s located on planet Earth. It is located in the city of Mombasa while amid urban renewal.
It’s a relatively small map with the main battlefield being placed in the middle of the city.
The in-game description reads, “The East African Protectorate’s plan to rebuild the glassed urban core of Mombasa was ambitious and expensive, but Project Rebirth investment by the UEG and UNSC activity at the nearby Voi Excession has revitalized some sections of the metropolis.”
Aquarius is yet another close-quarters indoor map, with plenty of tight corridors to funnel enemies into.
Set inside a space base, there is lush greenery all around to make it stand out against similar maps.
Little is known about the lore or background of the map as of yet, but it’s a classic arena map that long-time fans will feel right at home on.
Deadlock is one of the huge Big Team Battle maps, set apart by a stunning nighttime setting and features like caves that can be hidden in.
There’s plenty of vehicle options scatted around the map, as well as mounted guns perfect for taking down waves of foes.
Streets is another of the smaller maps that Halo Infinite has to offer, with devs describing it as ideal for Oddball or Stronghold.
Set in the city of New Mombassa, Streets is a gorgeous, neon-soaked location where Halo Infinite’s close quarter’s gunplay can shine.
There’s also a lot of verticality, which could offer quick-thinking players with the grapple hook a tactical edge.
Launch Site is everything you could want from a Halo map – wide open spaces for tactical combat, as well as choke points to take the fight to the other team.
Heavily inspired by Countdown from Halo Reach, little is known about the lore behind it, but i’s sure to be a favorite among fans.
The last of the Big Team Battle maps, High Power initially served as a testing site for the sprawling mode.
After players responded positively to its impressive size and classicly Halo feel, it was turned into a map of its own.
With its stunning mountain backdrop, 343 Industries are firing on all cylinders here.
It’s important to note that Halo Infinite will be a live service. This means that more content will be added, and Halo Infinite will continue to evolve throughout the game’s lifespan.
There will likely be a lot more maps after the rest of the game launches on December 8, which means we will continue to update this piece with any newly added maps from developer 343 Industries.
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