Halo Infinite Flight Test - How to Sign Up

The question of how to sign up for Halo Infinite Flight Test has been a matter of some discussion among the player base. After all, it’s been a hot minute since the last proper Halo game, and dedicated people want to know how they can get to experience the new content as soon as possible. Well, one option is to sign up for the beta testing, and we’ll show you how to do so in this guide.

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Halo Infinite Flight Test – How to Sign Up

How to Sign Up for Halo Infinite Flight Test

To sign up for the Halo Infinite Flight test, you simply need to follow a few (relatively) easy steps. The first step is to head to the Halo Insider Program and click the “Sign Up” button in the top right corner. Use your Xbox Live account to log in, and you’ll proceed to the next step. Be advised that you do have to be eighteen or above to take part in the testing process.

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Anyways, at this point, they’ll let you know that you’re not allowed to share anything about the tests, including videos, images, etc. The only time you can do that is if the devs explicitly tell you so. You will also have to disclose your email, country, and time zone, as well as information about your experience with previous Halo games. Specifically, they’ll ask you which games you’ve played before, which ones you’ve liked best and which modes, etc.

That’s not all you have to provide in order to participate in the Halo Infinite Flight Test, however. You’ll also have to let them know which platforms and controllers you own, as well as answer questions about your video and audio setup. You can also opt in some PC-specific betas, for which you’ll have to provide your PC specs and possibly Steam ID. Once you go through all this, just wait for the developers to invite you into the test (if they choose you at all).

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