Halo Infinite flying trick revealed by YouTuber

A Halo Infinite player has figured out how to fly using a Grav Hammer and a Warthog.

In the clip just below, you can see dedicated Halo YouTuber Mint Blitz discover the method. First, the creator smashes a Warthog with a Grav Hammer. While you’d be forgiven for thinking this would be counterproductive to anything, he then grapples onto the Warthog with the Grapple Hook, propelling himself forward a grand total of 3Km.

This Changes EVERYTHING pic.twitter.com/j3fIGw4oxADecember 6, 2021

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It’s certainly a creative effort, and a pretty effective method for quickly traversing the open world of Halo Infinite. For the first time in the franchise, Halo Infinite offers players a wide open world to explore, and this is without a doubt the most adventurous way of getting it around it quickly.

Last month, developer 343 revealed that the new Grapple Hook was one of “the most controversial additions” to the entire sequel. To find out why, as well as uncover other details before you delve into the new campaign tomorrow, head over to our Halo Infinite interview for more.

Halo Infinite’s campaign is finally just around the corner from its full launch, offering players an open world, Grapple Hook, and much more. You can head over to our full Halo Infinite review to see what we made of the Master Chief’s grand return on Xbox’s new-gen platforms.

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