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“Halo Infinite will drop on Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC in 2021, here’s what we know about it so far.”
Halo Infinite was initially set to release as an Xbox Series X launch title, but a recent update from 343 Industries posted on August 11 has confirmed the game has been delayed until 2021.
This news comes shortly after 343 Industries finally lifted the lid on all things Halo Infinite, unveiling a hefty new amount of campaign gameplay footage at the Xbox Games Showcase in July 2020. There, the studio reiterated that the upcoming sci-fi shooter would launch for PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X (but said it would launch Holiday 2020) while also debuting a number of new gameplay features designed to push Master Chief into the next generation and beyond.
According to 343, Halo Infinite is “the biggest and most ambitious Halo game ever created”, set in a new Halo Ring twice the size of the last two Halo games combined. Its full campaign also runs at a locked 60 frames per second, with more details on multiplayer to be announced as we edge closer to launch. Below, we’ve got all the information you need about Halo Infinite, including its release date delay, story, and much more.
Halo Infinite Gameplay Features:
- Split Screen Co-Op.
- Open world with day and night cycles.
- Master Chief has many new abilities and features.
- “New Slipspace game engine was designed to allow the team to implement and introduce new ideas and gameplay features that were impossibilities during the game’s early development.”
- Will be the last standalone released.
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