Halo Infinite has (unfortunately) another delay. The premiere was postponed to December. However, there is also something to wipe away tears – a free multiplayer and … a special version of the console and pads have been presented!
Halo is a series of FPS well known to owners of Xbox consoles. The latest project in the series has been in production for several years and, unfortunately, it is constantly slipping. Initially, it was hoped that it would debut with the launch of the next generation in 2020. Then we were assured that we would be able to enjoy the title in the summer days of 2021. Today, however, during Gamescom, we were informed about another change to the release date. The title is to debut on December 8, so there is a chance that one of you will find it under the Christmas tree. During the presentation, the secret of the free multiplayer was revealed. Studio 343 Industries has developed a mode that is to refer in its form to older versions. Innovative gameplay, crossplay and character customization options – that’s what you want there. The latest trailer for Halo Infinite shows the sneak peak of Season One.
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In addition to the presentation of the next trailer, a limited version of the console and peripherals, which were designed specifically for the 20th anniversary of the series, was also released. The Xbox Series X version called The Halo Infinite Limited Edition is to debut on the market on November 15. The set will also include an Xbox Elite Series 2 controller inspired by the olive armor of the main character.
The Halo Infinite Limited Edition Xbox Series X is now up for pre-order and will be available November 15, 2021. # gamescom2021 pic.twitter.com/B90ynujGPc
– IGN (@IGN) August 25, 2021
We are going to play the next game from the series about Master Chief on December 8. It will be available to owners of Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One and computers with Windows 10. The title will also be available from the day of its release as part of the Xbox Game Pass subscription.
Source: YouTube.com / Introduction illustration: Xbox.com.