The ‘Halo’: Infinite player count has dropped to a concerningly low level
Halo has a lot of surprising reveals. has now launched its Infinite campaign to take the Halo TV show’s spotlight. 343 Industries released last year’s Halo: The Infinite to great reviews. In our review, Dean stated that the game was a “return to form” for the series and had “delightful” core gameplay.
This doesn’t seem enough to keep the attention of Halo: Infinite players. Steam Database reports that the game had a player peak of 272,586. However, the number of players on the last day fell to just under three per cent.
Halo Infinite saw a peak of 8,706 players in the last 24 hours. This is quite low for a brand new release. It currently ranks 171st on Steam in terms of most-played games. It’s currently ranked 171st in the most-played games on
These numbers could change with the launch of Infinite‘s second season. It will launch on May 3rd. However, one of the most common complaints about Halo: Infinite was the absence of a coop campaign. That’s still not happening. Yikes.
343 Industries, developers, explained in a blog post that “it’s going to be more time-consuming to land a high quality, full-featured, four-player network experience in the massive, broad-open world of Halo: Infinite.”
Although we know that Infinite will be having a new season, it may not be enough to hold on to its shrinking player base.