Halo Infinite release date revealed for Xbox Series X, PC
Infinite halo finally has a launch date. It’s December 8, 2021, according to a listing on the Microsoft Store that escaped earlier Wednesday. The Verge reported that the date is correct, according to an anonymous source who they claim is aware of Microsoft’s plans. The release date is expected to be confirmed at Gamescom 2021.
Originally announced with a trailer in the summer of 2018, Infinite halo was first expected alongside the Xbox Series X launch in November 2020. But last summer, 343 Industries took stock of a situation that included a poorly received gameplay trailer, and a severely pinched development schedule. by the global COVID-19 pandemic, and announced Infinite halo would be delayed.
Infinite halo will launch with a free multiplayer and a single player campaign, but it will not have a co-op campaign multiplayer or its map edit Forge mode at launch. We still don’t know what Microsoft’s plans are Infinite halo and an Xbox Game Pass launch, if the company intends to put its centerpiece in the Game Pass library.
The sixth main chapter in the sprawling space saga launches for Windows PC, Xbox Series X, and Xbox One. In an Xbox Wire article in June, Joseph Staten, the game’s creative manager, said Infinite haloThe campaign will reveal Cortana’s fate and feature “The Weapon”, an AI created to stop her.
“With the Pilot, the Master Chief and the Weapon, begin an epic adventure to explore Zeta Halo, defeat the banished forces that control the Ring, and unravel even more mysteries along the way,” Staten said.