How To Get Halo Infinite Beta
A beta for Microsoft's next big Halo game is coming this summer.
How To Sign Up For Halo Insider
The Halo Insider program is free and open to everyone across console and PC. You can opt in to the Halo Insider program on Microsoft's website, and the process is very simple and straightforward.
There are some important items to be aware of, however. For example, you must be at least 18 years old to participate, and you need to agree to a confidentiality statement. This says that those accepted into the program are not allowed to disclose the existence of any surveys or share images, videos, and more from beta tests, except where allowed.
If that's OK with you, you are then taken to a page that asks you to enter your preferred email address for correspondence related to Insider matters. You also need to jot down a variety of personal specifics like your country and your time zone.
The Insider sign-up page then asks you to denote which Halo games you've played, which ones you like the best, and what kinds of modes within those games are you favorite.
The sign-up page also asks what platforms and controllers you own, what display settings you have, and what audio setup you play games on. You can also opt in to PC-specific beta tests on the Halo Insider sign-up page, and you'll be asked to share your PC specifications and your Steam ID, if you have one.
Once you're all signed up, all that's left to do is wait and hope you are chosen. Microsoft says invitations to Halo beta tests are limited, and the company chooses participants based on "specific goals." This means you might not get chosen for a particular test.
However, Microsoft said you can improve your chances by ensuring your Halo Insider profile is complete and accurate.
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