Halo Infinite was announced during the Xbox E3 2021 conference. Spartan 117, aka Master Chief, returns in an ambitious FPS / RPG, and its release date seems to be getting more and more clear
[Mise à jour le 24 juin 2021 à 12h25] First announced in 2018, Halo Infinite had given very little news for the past three years, aside from a small gameplay trailer last year. Good news for fans of the legendary franchise, we learned a little more about the sixth volume of the saga during the Xbox E3 2021 conference with not one but two trailers. Halo Infinite will be released this winter and promises to be the most ambitious title in the futuristic FPS series. A high-flying campaign and explosive multiplayer, the combination so essential to the best Halos seems right in place, all exclusively on Xbox and PC consoles.
Halo Infinite therefore does not yet have an exact release date. But we now know that it is planned for the Christmas holidays 2021. The campaign mode and the single player mode will be released at the same time, and this directly on the Xbox Game Pass. We have known for twenty years now that Halo and Xbox is a great love story, which is why the game will remain an Xbox and PC exclusive. The game although optimized for 4K 60fps gameplay on Xbox Series X | S will also be released on Xbox One, a piece of news that will be a hit with last-gen console owners. We invite you to the 2021 holidays, the opportunity to celebrate the twenty years of the legendary franchise.