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We've got 11 tips and tricks for Halo Infinite beginners

If you're taken aback by this years hottest shooter, we've got some pointers to help you suit up and take on the best of them

For those of you out there who have recently jumped into the Halo Infinite multiplayer beta, you’ll be jumping into what may be one of the biggest FPS games released this year. Infinite seems to have captured the playerbases’ attention through the introduction of a vast new range of weapons and abilities to the classic Halo sandbox.

That being said, if you’re a new player to the franchise, or maybe someone who hasn’t dipped their toes into Master Chief’s boots for some time, it may be a lot to take in at once! To help you get accustomed, Dorrani has a fresh new video going through eleven tips and tricks for beginners that’s a must watch.

A lot of these tips may be familiar for those who braved Blood Gulch back on the original Xbox, but even the most classic of strats remain true pillars of gameplay even all these years later. The importance of grenades, for example, is the first tip raised by Dorrani due to the sheer power these offensive trump cards give you in fights.

If you’re like me and taking the plunge from more tactical shooters like Valorant or Rainbow Six: Siege into Halo Infinite, this video also acts as a great reminder of what habits you’ll need to drop if you want to perform well online. Like constantly moving! I can’t count the number of times I caught myself playing it slow…

You can check out the video embedded above for more valuable nuggets of information. Let us know below in the comments how you’re finding this newer Halo experience. If you’re looking for more Halo Infinite, we’ve been covering the ongoing discussion around the battle pass, the main issues with it, and 343 Industries stating its intention to address these problems.

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Connor is a Video Game Reporter with roots in multiplayer titles across a wide variety of genres. Connor can be found scrounging Reddit and Discord for the interesting stories, or diving deep into the latest fighting game.

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