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Surprise, surprise, dataminers are hunting for any and all information about Halo Infinite following the beta release of the multiplayer. Hacker Makeshift_Glxy has been hunting through files to see what they can discover about multiplayer maps as well as campaign information and they've found a lot more than we expected.
Perhaps the most welcome sight for long-term Halo fans is the apparent return of Halo: Reach map, Countdown. Makeshift_Glxy has posted several screenshots on their Twitter, some of which look like a remastered Countdown. Though there are parts of this allegedly leaked map that look like they're inspired by the original, it also seems that the original map has been expanded on, adding new areas to accommodate a larger player base.
Additionally, the hacker has found the assets for a map you may recognise from the ads we've seen for Halo Infinite. Recharge is a new map for Infinite and is set in one of Axys's hydroelectric facilities, but we've been seeing it as the poster-child for the game's multiplayer since December 2020.
And it doesn't look like multiplayer content is the only thing that Makeshift_Glxy, has found, as images from what look like campaign maps have appeared on the Twitter account also.
The owner of the account doesn't post these images with any context at all. They just seemingly leaked images from the game including what might be considered a spoiler (I'll let you click on that if you like). It's not confirmed, of course, that any of these are the real deal but with the release of the technical demo, it seems likely that this is a real data leak.
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