Invitations for Halo Infinite‘s first beta have been sent out to a number of people, and obviously enough – a large portion of registered users didn’t get the invites. This has caused a lot of ruckus amongst fans online, and 343 Industries’ community director Brian Jarrard took to a Twitter as a result to ensure fans about future betas.
In addition to outlining the selection process for the first beta which is dependent on a number of factors, Brian Jarrard ensured fans that there are a number of future betas already planned out, which will be a lot larger in scope and by extension, more inclusive.
The first Halo Infinite flight will run from July 29 to August 1. To register for future flights, interested fans should register for the Halo Insider program. To have a higher chance of success, it’s advisable to have a verified profile by giving all required information.
I understand it's disappointing (heck, I NEVER get into closed 'betas' and the like) but we are planning for future flights that are larger in scope with even more Insiders being invited. Please hang in there and we greatly appreciate your interest and support! (7/8)
— Brian Jarrard (@ske7ch) July 28, 2021