Halo Infinite (or Halo 6 for you avid gamers), is coming to PC soon and gamers across the globe can barely hold their excitement. 343 Industries finally gave us a sneak peek into the game, unveiling a brand new campaign gameplay footage at the XbosxGames Showcase in July 2020.
The Halo Infinite’s campaign, The Master Chief returns when humanity’s fate hangs in the balance to confront his cold-blooded nemesis- The Banished. The legendary Halo series returns with a far-reaching Master Chief story.
“The Halo Infinite budget is rumoured to be $500 million, making it the most expensive video game title ever made. According to German website Xbox Dynasty, the budget for Halo Infinite is rumoured to be a staggering $500 million.“
Here is all you need to know about Halo Infinite:
Release date of Halo Infinite:
Christmas is going to be extra special as the game will be releasing around the Holiday season, this year. We do not have the exact dates, but we do believe in Christmas miracles!
Microsoft confirmed at their E3 2019 press conference that they will launch the title for the Xbox Series X, and PC version of Halo Infinite simultaneously.
Here’s your first look at Halo Infinite gameplay:
From the first look of the trailer, the game looks promising! The opening pauses for a significantly long time at the “Press Menu to Start Demo” and it reveals a brand new ring for Master Chief to seize.
There is also a massive change for the Halo franchise as Halo Infinite will feature a day/night cycle. It will also allow for open-world exploration on the biggest Halo ring ever. You can expect spooky night battles with only the illumination of plasma grenades to guide your way.
The almost 9-minute demo also goes on to reveal that our helmed hero has acquired a bunch of new tricks, like a grappling hook that can be used on both items and enemies, alongside a bunch of new weapons to bolster the arsenal of familiar firearms.
Fast Facts about Halo Infinite:
- The forge mode is back
- Battle Royale Mode will likely be absent, as 343 has not announced it yet
- Micro-transactions: No loot-boxes
- Two pugs called Buddy and Gyoza will be making alien noises in the game
What do we know from the 9-ish minute gameplay?
When we got the first look of Halo Infinite’s Gameplay during Microsoft’s Xbox game showcase for July 2020, we figured out a whole bunch of information.
From The Banished brute faction to the new grappling hook, to the more open-world looking, objective map for Infinite, 343 have said this section takes place about four hours into Infinite’s campaign
What about Split-screen co-op in Halo Infinite?
Gamers were left disgruntled when Halo 5: Guardians3 precluded the co-op mode. Seeing the fans going on about the absence of Co-op mode meant that 343 had to make it up in the future games.
According to the report by GamesRadar+, this game will have a split-screen co-op and 343 has also confirmed its existence, “We will have split-screen and we will have co-op when we launch Halo Infinite.”
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