News | The Halo Infinite campaign launch trailer

Microsoft has released the launch trailer for the Halo Infinite campaign.

The campaign will launch on Xbox consoles and Game Pass on December 8. The multiplayer became available in November and is free-to-play. The single-player campaign is set to become the “biggest, most open, and adventure-filled Halo experience to date,” according to 343 Industries.

Halo Infinite should have launched in late 2020, but the game was delayed after criticism of initial gameplay footage.


News | New Halo Infinite artwork shared

Microsoft and 343 Industries have shared new artwork from Halo Infinite.

The new artwork can be seen at the bottom of this post and includes main character Master Chief. Twitter user Klobrille liked the artwork and posted it to social media this weekend.

Microsoft is expected to show more of the highly anticipated game at E3. The company will be holding an online presentation together with Bethesda on Sunday, June 13 at 7:00 PM Dutch time.

Halo Infinite should have been released with the Xbox Series X and S launch, but was delayed to sometime this year. It is known that online multiplayer will become free-to-play. The game will be released on Xbox Series X and S, Xbox One, and PC. The game will have cross-play and cross-progression.


News | 343 Industries shares new concept art from Halo infinite

343 Industries has shared new concept art from Halo infinite. These images are published in a blog post from the developer, called Happy Halodays.

Halo Infinite is considered a launch game for the Xbox Series X and will be released around Christmas 2020, this was revealed during the 2018 E3. The released concept art gives players a glimpse into the world of Halo Infinite and thus the future of the franchise.

The first image shows Master Chief, who is en route to the hologram known from the E3 trailer. In the trailer a voice comes from the hologram that Master Chief appoints as the chosen one.

The blog post of 343 Industries is closed with an afterword by Bonnie Ross, studio head of the developer.

“We want to thank our community for all the support and commitment this year. Your passion, energy and feedback help realize how important the franchise and the Halo universe is for us. It gives us extra power in everything we do”, said Ross.
Earlier, 343 Industries head Kiki Wolfkill said that Halo Infinite is seen as the beginning of the next generation of Halo games. In addition, it became clear that the infrastructure of the game is being redesigned to offer developers more freedom.