The files were included by mistake in the trial version released this week.
It is not the first time that a game has faced the problem of spoilers. We can still remember the challenges to which Naughty dog faced with spoilers for The Last of Us: Part II. The situation became so serious that from 3Djuegos we developed a complete guide to prevent your game from being gutted, a guide that we continue to recommend in cases like this and that can come in handy for all of you who are looking forward to the Halo Infinite campaign.
Many hidden files were exposedHas been Joseph Staten, Halo Infinite creative director who has reported the problem on his Twitter account. The beta closed of multiplayer of Halo Infinite was launched yesterday around the world and with it, many hidden files were exposed. Searching the code, some users were able to find sensitive material about the campaign, a multitude of data that serves to reveal important events in history of the game.
Staten has defined the situation as painful for the entire development team and encourages players to be vigilant and to don’t help spread them if they see them. Brian Jarrard, director of the community of Halo in 343 Industries, has gone further and reminded those who have spoilers in their possession that publishing them can be a strike on some platforms, which is why he has urged content creators to remove any information that includes data about the history obtained in this way from their platforms.
There are still months until the planned launch of the campaignThe multiplayer beta has been a joy for fans of the Master Chief, but this supposes a new headacheAs the planned launch of the campaign is still months away and this means having to dodge unwanted content for too long. From 3Djuegos we encourage you to don’t contribute to the expansion of spoilers, thus helping to protect a satisfying experience for all players and respecting the work of creatives.
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