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In case you missed it 343 Industries have been gearing up to release Halo Infinite through a tech preview. Thousands of players have been invited to try out a very small portion of the game so fans can see exactly what the developers have been working on all this time. Oh, and the developers in turn get to scout out any problems that may arise from the full release of the multiplayer. However, with game releases come data miners, and they've apparently found a lot of the campaign information.
Though at this time we're not exactly sure what is contained within the files (because frankly, I would like to find out by just playing the game), a Halo developer has warned players that they should be wary of spoilers for Halo Infinite as the team accidentally left some campaign information in the demo files. Dataminers have already found these plot points and players who don't want to see them will have to be careful about what they click before the game is fully released.
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Joseph Staten who works on Halo Infinite tweeted out: "Hey folks, heads up: we unintentionally included a small number of Halo Infinite campaign files in the tech preview build. Unfortunately, these files contain spoilers. Leaks like this are painful for the dev team and can ruin the campaign experience for everyone. So please, keep your eyes peeled for spoilers and don't spread them if you see them."
Leaks like this are painful for the dev team and can ruin the campaign experience for everyone. So please, keep you eyes peeled for spoilers and don't spread them if you see them.:heart: 2/2
- Joseph Staten (@joestaten) July 30, 2021
Some online spaces have already taken this into consideration. On the Halo subreddit, for example, people are encouraged to only talk about spoilers in flagged posts made by mods for those who want to talk about them and the rest of the subreddit can continue in blissful ignorance. If you use Twitter, it might be wise to begin blocking worlds - maybe even the topic of Halo entirely if you want to be really really safe until the campaign's release.
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