Since Halo: Infinite’s multiplayer mode went live, many people have already put a lot of time into the game. In Halo Infinite, players are already finding many different game modes, ways to level up, and ways to customize. But one thing many players may still need to catch up on is that each enemy bot has a different look.
In August, many Halo Infinite flight testers said that the updated multiplayer bots were a lot more dynamic and difficult than in previous games. Bots can be a good way to challenge players between online games, though it ultimately depends on how good each player is. Since their main purpose is to be used as targets, enemy bots tend to have boring designs that are easy to forget, but one player has since noticed a bot with some interesting quirks.
AlexReactor, a Reddit user, saw that one of the bots had a Spartan helmet with cat ears and that the bot’s name was Meowlnir, which was the name of a type of Spartan armor. In the post’s comments, many players also said they had seen many other bots with customized armor. Some bots had deer antlers sticking out of their helmets, and some bots wore samurai armor instead of the usual Spartan armor.
The Halo series has always had a pretty serious tone, but it has also been known to have some funny parts, like the Grunt Birthday Party skull, which was first seen in Halo: Combat Evolved. In any case, it’s fascinating to see how different the bots look. Since the game has unlockable samurai armor, the same level of customization could also be done for each player.
It’s incredible how much multiplayer content is already available for Halo: Infinite. Some fans aren’t happy with how fast Halo Infinite’s battle pass moves, but the game still has a lot of things that make it fun for many players.
But many fans are also interested in what Halo Infinite’s single-player story will be like. There have been rumors that Halo Infinite could have more than one campaign. This seems unlikely at first, but considering that it was said earlier this year that Halo Infinite would be a 10-year game, it’s possible that something like this could be added to keep fans interested for a decade.
Halo Infinite comes out on PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S on December 8.