No matter where or how you play Halo Infinite, its cross-platform capabilities will let you play with or against anyone.

Halo Infinite is a Microsoft product, meaning you can only get it on Xbox consoles and PC. That makes it an uncomplicated endeavor to determine if the game is cross-platform. Halo Infinite is absolutely cross-platform, letting everyone play together.

Without it being available on PlayStation, Nintendo Switch, and other systems, Microsoft did not have to make a tough decision regarding crossplay. You and your buddies can capture the flag, slay the opposing team, and hold onto that oddball with no problem.

Is Halo Infinite crossplay?

(Image via 343 Industries)
(Image via 343 Industries)

Halo Infinite allows players from all systems to compete together or against each other with cross-platform capabilities. If you are one of the older generation Xbox systems, the latest version, or a PC, you'll have no problem finding a game.

In fact, crossplay is turned on automatically for Halo Infinite. There isn't even an option for you to change that. Cross-platform action is an inevitability, but the game will try to match you with players of similar input, such as controller with controller or keyboard with keyboard.

How to play Halo Infinite

(Image via 343 Industries)
(Image via 343 Industries)

No matter what system you want to play Halo Infinite on, it is absolutely free. The campaign must be purchased, but online multiplayer is free for all. That includes not needing an Xbox Live or Game Pass subscription.

So, all you have to do is search for Halo Infinite's multiplayer application on the following platforms:

  • Xbox One
  • Xbox One S
  • Xbox Series X
  • Xbox Series S
  • Steam for PC
  • Xbox App for PC

Every single one of the systems listed can play together with cross-platform access in Halo Infinite. Just boot up the game and your match will probably have players from a mix of platforms. If you're good enough, though, that shouldn't matter.

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