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Halo Infinite Cyber Showdown Leaks King of the Hill & Upgraded Tactical Slayer

A new Halo Infinite leak reveals more game modes coming to the Cyber Showdown event.

Halo Infinite Multiplayer has been out for a while now. Since its release, the reception from fans for this title has been mixed.

Even though Halo Infinite is without a question one of the most stable games released last year when it comes to performance, it is far from flawless.

Recently gamers pointed out serious issues when it comes to desync. At this moment, 343 Industries has already addressed this situation and is investigating a possible fix for desync.

In addition to these technical concerns, fans have been vocal about the lack of game modes in past events.

According to recent leaks, 343 might have listened to this feedback, and Cyber Showdown could receive more game modes than previous events.

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Halo Infinite Multiplayer Cyber Showdown Leaks Unveils New Game Modes for the Event

A new leak revealed that Cyber Showdown would receive additional Tactical Slayer game modes.

This is excellent news for fans clamoring for additional game modes during events. Previous leaks of the event listed four distinctive game modes for Cyber Showdown.

Currently, this new information lists several additional Tactical Slayer playlists for Cyber Showdown.

According to this leak, a total of five variations of Tactical Slayer have been added to the event.

These are the game modes coming to Halo Infinite Multiplayer Cyber Showdown:

  • Cyber Showdown: Slayer
  • Cyber Showdown: King of the Hill
  • Cyber Showdown: One Flag
  • Cyber Showdown: CTF
  • Tactical Slayer
  • Tactical Slayer – Commandos
  • Tactical Slayer – Stalkers
  • Tactical Slayer – Sidekicks
  • Tactical Slayer – Manglers

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If these leaks turn out to be accurate, it will show 343 Industries is actively listening to feedback. But, even if that is the case, gamers want more than that from Halo Infinite.

Recently, Halo Infinite players requested a content roadmap up to Season 2 and beyond.

In addition to these content concerns, players are not having a great time due to cheaters and hackers.

The problem was so prevalent some days ago that cheaters were ending matches earlier with a hack that crashed servers.

Due to this, players are demanding a simpler way to report cheaters and hackers since there is no easy way to do this right now.

Certainly, there is a long road ahead for 343 Industries to fix all these concerns.

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